Behold: dishes we’ve either found, or could conceivably find, in the hour-long slice of television heaven we call Mad Men (running for one more precious season, which kicks off April 5). Take our update on Megan Draper’s coq au vin, for example. Or a fondue version of Pete’s pastrami Reuben. Or the best tuna noodle casserole you’ve ever eaten, hands down. We’ve even got a handful of recipes from the actual (yet unofficial) Mad Men Cookbook. Yes, today is a great day and age to eat like it’s 1969. Enjoy the cuisine and the wrap-up of an epic tale, and let’s all just be glad it doesn’t take place in the age of wasabi mashed potatoes.
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