1967 Ad, Brer Rabbit Molasses, with New Orleans Style Bran ‘n Molasses Muffins Recipe

Vintage 1960s magazine advertisement, Brer Rabbit Molasses, with New Orleans Style Bran ‘n Molasses Muffins recipe, 1967

Published in Family Circle, Nov. 1967, Vol. 71, No. 5.

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