Food isn’t just a means of sustenance; it’s also a powerful connection to family and friends and the memories shared with them. Chef Addie Gundry takes a look back at some of the most popular recipes of the 1950s in this retro flashback class. She’ll show you how to make a signature appetizer that is sure to impress company: a classic cheese ball. Set it out along with an assortment of crackers, and you’ll be seen as an entertaining guru. Everyone who grew up in this era remembers the classic homemade meals that graced many dinner tables, and we have recipes for two favorites here with Chicken Croquettes and Tuna Noodle Casserole. Make ’em once, and you’ll soon see why these became such staples of the era. For dessert, could we feature anything other than a Jell-O mold? This one has a fun twist in that it’s mixed in with ice cream to get that irresistible creamsicle flavor. And to cap off a fun night with friends, we have the recipe for a chocolate-y mudslide. Whether you’re discovering the era for the first time or remembering prized moments from your youth, our 1950s class has something for everyone.