An event was not considered complete without the presentation of a dish in a gelatin mold. As per the Jell-O Gallery, the introduction of the lime flavor.
A recipe from the late 17th century is cited as one of the earliest references to immersing food in molten cheese, per the BBC.
Although there are numerous variations, beef or pork is typically served alongside a rich gravy, cream sauce, or lingonberry marmalade.
This dish, which was heavily criticised for requiring little talent beyond the use of a can opener, was a dinner staple in the 1950s and 1960s.
This delightful confection, featuring pineapple segments adorned with cherries, has a long and illustrious history.
As stated by the History Channel, this ice cream-covered cake crowned with meringue originated in the 1860s at Delmonico's in New York City .
This dish was served over pilaf, noodles, or cream of mushroom soup (often a can of cream of mushroom soup) and featured chicken and vegetable pieces in a cream sauce.