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Dinner Music #1: Hunt’s Tomato Sauce Goulash & Franz Liszt

Dinner Music #1: Hunt’s Tomato Sauce Goulash & Franz Liszt

Music
In the Dinner Music series, I present a recipe from a vintage magazine and pair it with some appropriate music. Feel free to make the meal, listen to the tunes, and let me know how it turned out! For no particular reason, I'm kicking off my new Dinner Music series with a goulash recipe from the June 15, 1953 issue of Life magazine. It's from an advertisement for Hunt's Tomato Sauce. For those not familiar with the dish, here's what Wikipedia has to say about it: "Goulash (Hungarian: gulyás) is a soup or stew of meat, noodles and vegetables (especially potato), seasoned with paprika and other spices. Originating within the historical Hungarian ethnic area, goulash is also a popular meal in Scandinavia and in Central and Southern Europe." The Recipe 3 tbsp. fat 1 large onion, s
Retrotisements: Thanksgiving Edition

Retrotisements: Thanksgiving Edition

Advertising, Retrotisements
For more Thanksgiving ads, check out the Holiday Retrotisements section of the main site. In terms of marketability, Thanksgiving is important mostly because its end marks the official kickoff of the Christmas shopping season (aka Black Friday).  That distinction is becoming more and more meaningless, however, as most stores now trot out their Christmas crap before Halloween.  So in that sense, Thanksgiving is really more of a transitional holiday than an end in itself.  That's reflected in advertising for the day, which has a bit of a haphazard feel. It stands to reason that since Thanksgiving involves gorging, Campbell's tries to get in on the action.  So we have a pair of ads here.  The first is straightforward enough, extolling the virtues of turkey noodle soup.  And dig that mod