This is a vintage magazine recipe clipping, date unknown but it would be sometime in the 1940s during World War II when there were rations and Victory Gardens. I believe it’s from Heinz since their products are suggested and there’s part of a picture of a Heinz 57 bottle of cider vinegar (?) at the bottom. The page is a bit worn but still very legible. Recipes are typed below as-is, click the picture to a view a larger size if you like.
Salads From Your Victory Garden!
Panama Radish Salad
This unusual, fresh and crispy combination tastes wonderful served as a side dish with meat or with crusty rolls for lunch.
Mix about 2 doz. medium-sized radishes (sliced) with 1/2 tsp. salt, 1/2 tsp. minced onions, 1/2 tsp. chopped mint or parsley leaves, a large tomato, chopped fine (if you have it). Add 1/4 cup Heinz Pure cider vinegar, 2 tbs. Heinz Olive Oil (optional) . . . garnish with tender radish tops and garden lettuce.
Old-Fashioned Potato Salad
Made from any kind of potatoes, this salad is delicious–but, if possible, do try it with tiny new potatoes from your garden. To serve 4 you need 4 cups cubed boiled potatoes, 1 small onion, chopped.
For dressing . . . heat 3 tbs. bacon droppings, 2 tbs. Heinz Cider Vinegar, 2 tbs. water, 1 tsp. Heinz Worcestershire Sauce. Pour on potatoes. Salt to taste. Sprinkle with chopped onion tops. Serve hot.
Surround potato salad with tender young beet tops or dandelions, shredded. Save a little of the bacon dressing to pour over greens.