I don't think the start of my week can get much better than writing a Thrift Share Monday post here at ATG and now a Mod Mondays post on Flavorstitch. When I came up with Mod Mondays I was really looking for a way to incorporate a bit of Mad Men into my food blog. As you know I heart vintage, especially around the style of mid century modern. I didn't want to call it Mad Men Mondays for fear of infringing on copyright issues on the name so hence Mod Mondays was formed.
Mod Mondays celebrate the vintage flair that encompassed kitchens in the late 50′s, 1960′s and early 1970′s. From the mod designs of Vera Neumann to the fabulous enamelware by Cathrineholm to the wacky and a little crazy recipes that filled magazines such as McCalls. Flavorstitch will features recipes, art, design and style from the Mod era each Monday.
At this point I'm not sure if I will turn it into a Link Share or not. But bloggers can take part and mention their link in the comments on each Mod Monday post. As I mention above, Mod Mondays isn't just about food. It is about anything that fits into the style of Mod whether it is a recipe you make, a piece of art you own or a 1960's car that you drive.
This week's Mod Monday post featured a vintage ad recipe from French's Mustard.
You can read about my post here and find out if French's Cheeseburgers were fabulous or a complete recipe fail.
I hope you'll join me next week for Mod Mondays.
What's your favorite 1960's cookbook with some crazy recipes?