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Transcript of THE OUTSIDERS
“If someone thinks that peace and love are just a cliche that must have been left behind in the 60s, that's a problem. Peace and love are eternal.”
FOOD PROPAGANDA and TV COMMERCIALS
Friday, October 23, 2015
Vol XCIII, No. 311
In the United States, the 1960s was a decade shaped by tradition and radical change, including the food.
FOOD IN THE 1960S
What did teenagers enjoyed at night?
NIGHTLIFE IN THE 60's
In the early 60's cocktail lounge clubs were very popular.
But later on discos, rock clubs and private clubs appeared, and everybody went there to have a great time.
There, they could listen to music, dance, drink and much more.
Private clubs also gained importance at the end of the decade. Examples of this clubs are the Playboy and the Palomino Club
JULY 4TH MENUS
FADS & FUN
Young people enjoyed several sports. TV broadcasted lots of sports such as baseball, american football, Olimpics, wrestling, etc... which gave them a lot of importance and encouraged young people to practice them. Universities started having teams. Surfing and skateboarding were very popular.
Dinning out became also a popular activity. Fast food restaurants gained prestige and customers. McDonalds, KFC, Burger King,...
Teenagers started shopping and Malls and Stores gained importance. The society was purely consumist.
1960's are known as the most turbulent period of social change in history.
Entertainment in this decade was composed by music (radio, shows), nightlife (clubbin), TV and films (comedy, drama action and adventure ,potpourri shows, kids),drive in movies, theater, toys and other hobbies.
The most popular fads in the 60's were:
Dolls, paper dolls, action toys, vehicle toys, role-playing toys and others.
James Bond, Marilyn Monroe, Muhammad Ali, Neil Amstrong, Walt Disney ,Kennedy and Martin Luther King.
Muscle cars as Mustangs , Chevrolets, Camaros and Dodges.
The Game Of Life, Twister, Don't Break The Ice, Ants In The Pants, Operation, Ouija board and Rock em sock em robots.
Afro, Beehive, Bowl cuts. and ironed hair.
-Other cool stuff:
Artworks, buttons, collectibles and gadgets.
2 spaceships shoot each other
If get shoot too many times or collide with a star you die
DON'T BREAK THE ICE
What did teenagers enjoyed in their free time?
Green turtle soupperfect day for a children's parade and a picnic...Menu: Favorite Fancy Franks, Pink Eggs and Pickled Beets, Potato Chips, Icy Watermelon Wedges, Borwnie S'Mores...Patriotic Birthday Party. Paper axes for place cards on a red-white-and-blue tablecloth...Menu; Baked Ham Slices, Potato Chips, Sweet Pickles, Carrot Sticks, Buttered Rolls, Star Cake, Cold Milk with Peppermint Sticks.,
"A Fourth of July Picnic. This is a far cry from the old-time picnics with the traditional fried chicken, homemade potato salad Tiny FrankfurtersCold Lobste, Pumpernickel Bread and Butter Sandwiches
"A Buffet for July Fourth. Salmon in Aspic, Green Mayonnaise, Stuffed Hard-Cooked Eggs, Rice and Peas Salad, Romaine and Boston Lettuce, Corn Bread, Molasses Walnut Pie, Iced Tea, Beer, Champagne.
"A Dinner for July Fourth. Chilled Salmon Bisque, Cucumber Spread, Toast Rounds, Chicken Loaf Nivernaise, New Potatoes with Parsley, Asparagus Vinaigrette, Peaches Romanoff."
1 gallon apple cider
1 1/2 cups lemon juice
10 (2-inch) cinnamon sticks
2 cups vodka
1/4 cup brandy
1. Preheat oven to 350F.
2. Insert cloves, 1/4 inch aparat, in oranges. Bake, uncovered in shallow pan, 30 minutes.
3. Meanwhile, heat cider in large kettle until bubbles form around edge.
4. Remove from heat. Add lemon juice, cinnamon sticks, and oranges. Heat, covered, over very low heat, 30 minutes.
5. Add vodka, and brandy, mixing well.
1/2 cup soft-type margarine containing safflower oil
3/4 cup sugar 2 3/4 cups sifted all-purpose flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
1/3 cup finely chopped nuts
1/3 cup chopped candied cherries
1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate pieces
1/3 cup raisins
In the 60s halloween was already famous around the world and specially in the USA, here are some of the most common candies.
-All kinds of M&Ms
Celery Hearts, Olives, Radishes, Small Cheese Canapes, Roast Turkey with Favorite Stuffing, Sweetbread and Oyster Pie, Hashed-Browned Potaotes, Broccoli, Hoolandiase, Hot Ross, Cranberry Jelly, Tipsy Peaches, Pumpkin Pie, Ice Cream, Coffee.
A table just for children at Thanksgiving is an old custom in many homes. It eliminates a great deal of confusion at traditionally large family gatherings. The children love helping to make decorations for their own table. Make sure the children's table looks more fun than the adults. Set up the table in the same room as the adults' table--choose an out-of-the-way spot, away from the main kitchen traffic. Also, provide special food surprises for the children. Hollow out orange halves, to make baskets for cranberry sauce. Or with animal-chape cutters, cut out cranberry jelly.
Golden-Brown Turkey, Peas and Little Onions, Buttery Grated Carrots, Cranberry-Brazil-Nut Relish, Rolls, Brandied Pumplin Pie, Coffee.