Thanks for further clarifying!
Thanks! I'm gonna check them out.
:D AH! I can never get enough of these images!
Thanks a lot for these links.
Why do they want to make fun of their customers!
Why do many people actually consider sushi as a classic?
@HeartofGlass - I was thinking, I supposed 'American or regional classics' would overlap that of nostalgia foods, so I meant both of them. Basically food that had been passed down for generations. Pie is a good example.
@HeartofGlass - I meant: 'nostalgia food that tastes as good now as it did 'back then''
@PerkyMac, I'm not so sure if my personal definition is right, but I always have this idea that I would consider anything around the 70s as retro and vintage would be say, around the 20s or 30s. How do you guys differentiate?
@PumpkinBear, thanks for your explanation, I was wondering what you really meant. :)
@hungrychristel, thanks for sharing the website, really nice!
Didn't know there's many vintage ads lovers here, glad to know you guy do like them!
Do you guys like them in a way where they provide good humor, or are you still attracted to them like you'd feel like buying/eating something in the ads.
For myself, it's rather mixed, though sometimes I wish I was in that generation so I could truly experience those ads myself. Without laughing at them so much.
@PumpkinBear, can you elaborate your point about sexist?
@pearl, you're still awake at these hour! and so it's true that marketing & advertising professionals work a lot of late nights! :P
Glad to hear that you love vintage ads too! Hope others who like or dislike would give their comments too. :)
@Cassaendra - AH! I love your answer, it's the least that I've expected yet so true!
@JerzeeTomato - I really love Long's!
I think I agree with VerasTastyFreeze.
My apologies, I have mistyped 'an' as 'and' in the question.
@ccbweb - I was wondering if you consider food or rather the process of making it as a form of art, for expressing and satisfying oneself, or is it something very much based on skills.
Thanks for the share, I'm amused by some of their products.
Really love this product that converts your can drink into a 'bottle'.
Way more convenient to buy than to make.
@caramel, that's not exactly a joke unique to foodie, is it?
I've once tried it with Asian Chicken Rice, it was pretty good. :)
have you ever got too attracted to a certain visuals that you just end up buying the product it's promoting?
Apologies about my previous comment, I overlooked that mepolo has given me the link already. Thanks!
@suegsf, what web site can I get Miller's?
How I wish there's a brand that can sell something similar to ones that we grind ourselves.
Thanks for the warm response! Seems like most people prefer to grind horseradish themselves than buying prepared ones?
What about those prepared ones, but without cream, say this one from Silver Spring, http://silverspringfoods.elsstore.com/view/product/?id=27762&cid=231 (I've yet to try this, would it be quite the same as fresh ones?)
Has anyone heard of or favor Long's Horseradish, at the Central Market in Lancaster?
@mepolo, I saw the cranberry one on Silver Spring website, has never tried it myself, quite a weird combination no? :/