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I found this book at archive.org: How to Decorate with Houseplants, 1965.
It is part of The Amy Vanderbilt Sucess Program for Women.
I am getting back into houseplants and ran across this article. 3 Popular Mid-Century Houseplants
I am still looking for information on...
Monkey Shoulder Scotch. I am not a big scotch drinker, but I love this one.
Jameson and ginger beer. Very refreshing in the summertime heat.
If you are ever in Baton Rouge check out Hayride Scandal for classic cocktails and decor. Their TVs usually show trailers from old black and white...
A muffuletta from Nor-Joe Import Company in Metairie, LA with an ice cold beer.
A Dubonnet cocktail made with Hana Gin because sometimes you want to drink like Queen Elizabeth.
I am fortunate that there are a couple of bars in Baton Rouge that pride in serving classic cocktails. Even there you have to be very specific...
Today I had strawberry cake and coffee. :D
I get the best result by cooking them in my rice cooker that has an oatmeal setting.
Steel-cut oats with maple syrup and black coffee, lots of coffee.
An omelet filled with leftover chili.
Grown-up lemonade, an Old Tom Collins.
Garden & Gun magazine posted this slideshow today. Mom's of various eras.
Even a Pilot Varsity gets that response.
Grits, poached eggs and coffee.
I ran across http://grandmotherspatternbook.com/ today. Lots of vintage patterns from the 1800s to the 1950s. They are not dated or sourced but...
Chanel No. 5. It's sillage and longevity have suffered and it breaks me out now.