The answers to this week’s contest … and a bonus!

Let’s hear it for frequent Fat City commenter Karen Geary, who had the most correct answers in our “Name the vanished restaurants contest,” which wasn’t nearly as easy as we thought.

Tempt your valentine with some Blueberry Boy-Bait

​Karen’s prize?

A mint-condition edition of Pillsbury’s 5th annual 100 Grand National Recipes from 1954, featuring recipes for such prized culinary treasures as Mrs. Harold Johnson’s constipation-busting Prune Whip Spice Cake (“The prune whip idea is in the frosting — a fluffy topping made with cooked prunes, more prune juice and toasted almonds”); Cheese Cocoa Cake from Mrs. Guy Best of Dearborn, Missouri (the secret ingredient is cottage cheese!); and that fantabulous creation from Miss Marlyce Ann Snay of Haven, Kansas: Chicken Salad Pie!

But the real prize in this prize cookbook is the recipe from teen queen Renny Powell of Chicago: Blueberry Boy-Bait. (A friend of mine insists it was one of the late Bob Berdella’s favorite snacks).

The recipe for this dessert — and the answers to the contest questions — after the jump.

Categories: Dining, Food & Drink