|The mom, daughter and dog (in their flying saucer),|
head home to be greeted by the father and son at the mid-century modern house.
1950's Advertising Art
visualizes what the future
would be in the 1960's!
|The ads predict modern highways would not require actual driving.|
|The life of leisure.|
Press a button and the laundry is washed,
dried and folded for you, while you go out and enjoy yourself!
|A great Idea - a food truck!|
|Since cars and buses were not air conditioned, |
you could "lug around" your own portable air conditioning unit!
|A "Curtain of Air" instead of a door for retail stores.|
The only worry: Would the air blow sparks from all of the lit cigarettes coming inside?
|Just think, you could us LP vinyl records to take messages from callers|
when you were away from your dial phone, land-line!
|Mom could dial up a meal for her family, served already plated, via a conveyor belt.|
|Mono-Rails and magnetic hover Aero-Trains! Hummm, still sounds like a good idea!|
|An in-home automated Valet Laundry Service where suits come out on hangers!|
with a delicious
Half two ripe avocados, remove pits, scoop out the green meat, intact.
On the serving plates, slice each half avocado in 1/4" slices and fan out. Finish with the Delicious Butter Sauce.
DELICIOUS BUTTER SAUCE
- 1/4th cup ketchup
- 1/4th cup Worcestershire sauce
- 1/4th cup sugar
- 1/4th cup butter
In a small saucepan combine all ingredients and stir over med-high heat (do not boil) until butter is melted and sugar has dissolved.
Spoon the warm sauce over the fan of avocados and serve immediately.
Very tasty, serves 4.
(Source: Marilyn Smith)
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