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Can SizesYou may notice that there are some strange terms used in the grocery ad shown to the right. For example:
RETRO-SPECTIVE THE DECADES PAST:
1960's COOKING AND RECIPES
Grocery Shopping 1960s
Before you can cook a meal, you must have the proper ingredients!
Take a peek in the newspaper of 1963 to find the best deals at your
local grocery so that you can stretch your food budget further, or as
this ad from CUT/LOW says: Ma Saves Pa's dough at CUT/LOW. Perhaps a
meatloaf will do for supper this evening? With pure ground beef going
for 3 Lbs for a Buck - or 33 cents a pound, what could be more
economical than that?
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1965: Hamilton Beach introduces the hole-in-the-handle
electric knife, which allows cooks to easily grip a slim handle
when carving a turkey or slicing a ham. Product features include
a stainless steel blade and a blade-release button for extra
1966: Hamilton Beach contracts Rene Verdon, the Kennedy administrationís White House chef, to be the companyís primary culinary consultant.
AMANA RADARRANGE 1968
SEE A POTATO BAKE IN "4" MINUTES
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