Our culture as Americans has expanded and with it our cuisine. The 1970’s introduced us to a plethora of delicious new foods, many of which continue to thrive at restaurants and dining rooms across the country. Here are a few dishes from the 70’s that are still favorites today.
Made famous by chef Boyardee, pasta primavera has become a household favorite. The details of the recipe might vary from one grandmother to the next but all pasta primavera dishes share one thing: deliciousness.
An ideal recipe for any occasion, cheese fondue was a 70’s craze. Dating back to 19th century Switzerland, every bite of ooey gooey goodness is a delicious step back in time.
The quiche stole the hearts (and taste buds) of 1970’s America. It continues to live in coffee shops across the country.
Tunnel of Fudge
Ella Rita Helfrich introduced this gooey piece of chocolate heaven to the country in a 1966 Houston bake-off. People across the country love this cake.
Similar to orange chicken, ruby chicken was all the rage in the 1970’s. Delicious!
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Depictions of Christ from Around the World
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- 1. God IS in control even when everything in our live seems to be crashing down around us.
- 2. Life is not always fair, it rains on the just and the unjust…we should not compare our lives to others but focus on the plan God has for us.
- 3. Bad things will happen in this world, but God promised us a home in heaven if we believe in Jesus. One without sorrow, pain or death…where we never will grow old.
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