This dish debuted in our pages in 1939. Don't let the style of the photo fool you. It could easily be in any current publication with its use of pomegranate seeds, wonderful flavors, and great colors.
This first graced the pages of Better Homes and Gardens in the 40s. Its basic ingredients (seasoned ground beef, mashed potatoes, tomato sauce, and a vegetable) make it a classic comfort food, popular to this day.
If you've never tried a chiffon cake, it's a must! It is as light and ethereal as angel food cake, yet richer.
A '50s favorite! Try it again for the first time. There's nothing like the fresh taste of homemade green goddess with its fresh herbs, tangy sour cream, and bite of anchovy.
It's something right out of a Tiki Room-themed restaurant circa 1965, isn't it? This recipe needs just five highly flavorful ingredients and virtually no hands-on prep time.
Ubiquitous in the '70s, this may seem passe now. However, considering it's basically eggs, bacon, onions, cheese, and cream, what's not to like? This was the best one that ever came through the Test Kitchen -- any there were many!
Nothing beats homemade ice cream, and this one from the '80s was a real winner. Not only is it ultra rich and creamy, but also the addition of candied pecans makes it unbelievably special.
In the '90s, when this first appeared in our pages, strawberries and spinach was a startling combo. Now, it's in the annals of best-loved recipes.
Welcome new millennium! Grilling goes beyond hot dogs and burgers. Here's beef married with olives, balsamic, eggplant, and bell peppers. Perfect for special summer celebrations.