A debate has been
Person A thinks that things like banana pudding (with Cool Whip, of course) and food made in Crock Pots are kind of white trash.
Person B thinks that these are just delicious 1950's housewife foods. Person B might even refer to these foods as "retro."
Person A postulates that 1950's housewife foods and white trash foods are really the same thing. Person A brings up Spam.
Person B gets annoyed, because Spam is not even really food. (Unless you are Hawaiian. Person B would hate to offend anyone because of cultural differences.) Besides isn't steak a quintessential 1950's housewife food? Steak is not white trash. (Person B does not mention season 1 of Veronica Mars, in which Keith and Veronica eat steak "like the lower-middle class to which [they] aspire.")
Person A and Person B are both firm in their belief that they are right.
Thus, Internets, we have reached a stalemate. What do you think? Are 1950's housewife foods just a little bit white trash? Are the trendy foods of today the low-class foods of tomorrow? Are tapas the cocktail wieners of tomorrow? Or are things like tuna casserole just deliciously retro foods that happen to feature shelf-stable ingredients distributed by Kraft Foods? If possible, please site examples to support your case.