7 Forgotten Dishes from the '60s and '70s That Deserve a Comeback

Once a common dish made of meat encased in savory gelatin, aspics were a creative way to utilize leftovers and avoid food spoilage, despite their unappealing appearance.


While still available, Spam is no longer as popular as it once was, with people in the past incorporating it into various dishes like salads, sandwiches, and chili


Creamed vegetables,  were once a staple at many meals, providing a creamy texture to various veggies and potentially appealing to children's palates.

Creamed Vegetables

A dish featuring a grilled hamburger patty, cottage cheese with canned fruit, and a side salad, often found on diner menus.

The Ladies' Special

Canned Chinese food, such as chowmein and orange chicken, was once a common way to enjoy Chinese cuisine.

Canned Chinese Food

A dish popular in the '60s and '70s, showcased a preference for organ meats, offering a gamier flavor and softer texture compared to traditional steak

Liver and Onions

Formerly popular party snacks made of soft cheese coated in nuts or other crunchy ingredients, served with crackers or bread.

Cheese Logs