Today I decided to show you where all those amazing (yucky) gelatin salads were probably made. In the November 1958 edition of the Ladie's Home Journal I found this fascinating article: Six unforgettable kitchens you'd like to cook in. These are actual kitchens! Here we go!
The John Spear jrs Long Island (5 minutes from the Atlantic)
The Jerome Cardins Maryland suburb
The Charles Whitneys New York's Rockland county
The Edward Stones Mid-Manhattan
If it's pink then there's a really good chance I will love it! I really like the one piece stainless steel counter top and of course all the pink appliances. The grill work not so much, but then again it's mid-Manhattan!
The Irving Penns 200 year old house in the country
Ok there's a pink window treatment but that's not enough pink for me! This is definitely 1958's idea of country. I feel it's too woody and dark. The cucumber orgy salad would add a touch of freshness here!
The H.M. Dancers Virginia
By the way I haven't seen a single piece of Pyrex! Don't these people know what's good for them?
Have a nice one faithful readers!