The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Sixties Cookbook
More than 100 Retro Recipes for the Modern Cook
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As Don Draper famously said, "Nostalgia: a twinge in your heart far more powerful than memory alone." Nostalgia, of course, also calls to one's appetite. Thanks in part to the popular series Mad Men, fans are discovering the classic cuisine of the 1960's; whether to revisit the favorite recipes of their childhoods or to celebrate the comforting, sometimes kitschy, always-satisfying dishes of the era, including:
Sweet and Sour Meatballs
Steakhouse Creamed Spinach
Buttermilk Dinner Rolls
Daiquiri Lime and Gelatin Mold
Classic cocktails such as Blue Hawaiians, Brandy Alexanders, and Manhattans
And many more!
Each recipe is adapted for the modern palate, with less fat and healthier ingredients than in the originals (no more bacon fat as a kitchen staple!). Full-color photographs showcase the food, proving that retro cuisine can be sophisticated and delicious. The Sensational Sixties Cookbook will also provide tips on hosting the ultimate sixties soiree, complete with menus, music playlists, and table decorations. So grab a swizzle stick, put Bobby Darin on the turntable, and get cooking -- sixties style!
Rick Rodgers is the author of more than thirty-five cookbooks including Thanksgiving 101 and Fondue, and the IACP Cookbook Award nominees Kaffeehaus and The Carefree Cook. He is a frequent contributor to Bon AppÃ©t and epicurious.com. He lives in Maplewood, NJ. Visit him at
Heather Maclean is the co-author of the New York Times bestsellers Skinny Italian and Fabulicious!, and has appeared on many national TV programs including Good Morning America and CBS Early Show. She lives near Detroit, Michigan. Visit her at heather-maclean.com.