Popular foods in the 1960s included fondue and the tunnel of fudge cake. Dishes that require direct flame for cooking and presentation, such as steak Diane and crème brûlée, were also popular in the 1960s.Know More
Fondue originated in Switzerland in the 19th century and is made with a combination of cheeses typically including Swiss and Gruyère. White wine is traditionally added to the fondue, along with nutmeg and a little flour to keep the cheese from curdling. Fondue is served with small cubes of bread, which are dipped into the fondue with a small fork.
The tunnel of fudge cake is a Pillsbury bundt cake that is possibly the most famous winning recipe of the Pillsbury Bake-Off. The cake is known for making bundt cakes popular in the United States. The cake's original secret ingredient was double Dutch buttercream frosting mix. The frosting served as the fudge center of the cake. The remaining ingredients for the tunnel of fudge cake are butter, sugar, flour and walnuts or pecans.
Steak Diane was made popular in the 1960s because of chefs like Julia Child, who was famous for French-inspired cuisine. Steak Diane is often served flambéed and is a steak cooked in a sauce of butter, black pepper, Worcestershire sauce, salt and chives. Crème brûlée, also a French dish, is a custard dessert with a sugar crust made crisp with a blow torch.Learn More
Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Twiggy, President John F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are a few people who were famous during the 1960s. Famous people influenced the cultural revolution of that decade through music, fashion, politics and art.Full Answer >
Menswear greatly evolved during the 1960s to reflect changing social and culture. Suits were typical workday attire. Casual wear was usually slacks, turtlenecks or form-fitting sweaters and loafers. The 1960s saw the rise of blue jeans as everyday apparel as well.Full Answer >
One of the most publicized racially motivated incidents in the 1960s was the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. This march was led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and took place on August 28, 1963.Full Answer >
Retrowaste lists many toys and games from the 1960s, such as G.I. Joe, Troll Dolls, Pinball Machines and Ouija Boards. Others include toys that match television shows of the time. Some of these include Flintstone toys, Mickey Mouse toys, Batman toys and Warner Brothers character toys. Popeye, Dennis the Menace and Bozo the Clown were other television character toys in the '60s.Full Answer >