Tupperware has had an interesting history that goes beyond its famous ‘burp’. But the most fascinating thing about Tupperware, to me, is the parties. I’ve always heard of ‘Tupperware parties’ yet have never been to one. They seem to represent solid suburbia in an iconic way. I don’t use Tupperware . . . my food […]
Iceboxes, available in Knoxville stores during the 1920s and 1930s (electric or gas powered)
This question is obviously one that each of us must decide for ourselves.
Here’s the compilation of food posts this week from the facebook page linked to this blog ~ More on bottle houses How to make a bottle wall (It starts with just one sip . . .) Here’s a video of a rather pretty bottle house. It is prettier with the sound turned down, or at […]