Thursday, September 13, 2012

1950s are Nifty as American Inspirations for Sterling Spoon Culinary Management

Lipton onion soup mix turned dipping into a social skill in 1952. Dinner and a channel were "in" as Swanson unveiled the first frozen TV dinner in 1954. In 1956, the electric can opener was cutting-edge technology. There's a lot more to 50s chow than meets the timeline, and those mid-century inspirations have tickled the fancy of the culinary staff at Sterling Spoon Culinary Management restaurants. 

Themes making a comeback during the "Nifty Fifties" promotion are "Drive-In Diner Days" entrées including roasted turkey, meatloaf frosted with mashed potatoes and turkey tetrazzini; "TV Dinner Meals" such as Swedish meatballs, American chop suey and Salisbury steak; "Happy Days Are Here Again" items such as a silver dollar slider bar, a hot dog bar and pigs in a blanket; and "Nifty Fifties" sandwich specials such as the Dagwood and fried all-beef bologna on a kaiser roll. Desserts include banana pudding, apple or pecan pie, blueberry cobbler, cherry crisp chocolate cake, Rice Krispies treats and more. 

We'll definitely be back for reruns at Market Street Café locations, Bistro 191 and Sanctuary Park eateries through October 27.


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