Chow Mein as a hot dish is not something I would have expected, but this recipe from an old notebook delivers the goods. Chow mein is often confused with chop suey – both dishes have a vegetable mix and sometimes meat included. The difference is noodles vs rice, and the fact that chow mein is … Continue reading
Here’s a smaller amount of beans for a family to manage! Interesting that the recipe again calls for pork & beans in a can. It’s probably just the convenience of not having to make the pork & beans, then combine with something else.
Although this little slip out of a spiral notebook doesn’t have a name, I’m calling it a Smoked Sausage Roll because it seems like a summer sausage recipe, along with the addition of hickory smoked salt. The Morton’s Tender Quick is a curing salt intended for curing meats and game. Click over to the website … Continue reading
I do love old newspaper clippings. They sometimes serve up lost or mysterious sounding recipes, and sometimes they offer a quaint look at humor. This clipping had both. Enjoy!
I have a hard and fast rule that I won’t eat anything that could taste me back, so no pickled tongue for me. I realize this is a delicacy for some, and in many Jewish delis you will see tongue on the menu. It is also more common in Hispanic countries. It just isn’t something … Continue reading
The recipe above is called Beef Pie Encore, but really it should be “Home made TV dinner.” I can remember when TV dinners came in the foil tray, and as an experiment my mom saved a few and made our own TV dinners. It must not have been a tremendous success because we stopped doing … Continue reading
This feels like a Sunday Roast kind of recipe! We never really had Sunday Roast in my family, we had Monday Night Soup though. :-) So, on this recipe, it references that no steam should escape from the roasting pan. I wonder if you could make this in a roast pot with a well sealed … Continue reading