Weird News: A woman found an old cookbook with vintage recipes like 'Coca-Cola salad' and 'Congealed potato salad,' and Twitter is losing it - PressFrom - United Kingdom
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Weird NewsA woman found an old cookbook with vintage recipes like 'Coca-Cola salad' and 'Congealed potato salad,' and Twitter is losing it

17:51  25 june  2019
17:51  25 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Recipes from a vintage cookbook went viral on Twitter . " Salad " meant something different back in the day. Lizzy O'Leary found a cookbook from 1975 called "Atlanta Natives' Favorite Recipes ." It contains recipes for vintage " salads " such as " Coca - Cola salad " and " Congealed potato salad ."

Lizzie O'Leary - a contributing editor at the Atlantic, on Saturday has discovered an old southern cookbook from Atlanta, Georgia titled - 'Atlanta Natives' Favourite Recipes ' which has the most bizarre salad recipes including Coca Cola salad and congealed potato salad .

A woman found an old cookbook with vintage recipes like 'Coca-Cola salad' and 'Congealed potato salad,' and Twitter is losing it © lizzieohreally/Twitter

"Salad" meant something different back in the day.

Lizzy O'Leary unearthed a vintage cookbook called "Atlanta Natives' Favorite Recipes" that contained some bizarre "salad" recipes. It was published in 1975 when setting food in gelatin was as the height of its popularity.

She shared her findings on Twitter in a thread that went viral.


Twitter users were both amused and a little grossed out.

For those interested in bringing back this gummy trend, the cookbook in question is available on Amazon.

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