Catsup #2

Here’s another recipe for catsup. In this instance, the catsup seems like it will have more of what we consider to be a “traditional” flavor. It includes mustard, salt, red pepper, etc. Does anyone know how large a “salt bag” was? The recipe wants us to put certain spices into a salt bag and I … Continue reading

Corn Relish (Mrs. Borgwordt)

I was initially picturing a whole-kernel corn relish, but since this goes through a food chopper, it must be more like a spread. The 6-7 pints would then be canned as per the desired canning method. Corn Relish 1 dozen corn [ears] scraped (large) 6 green peppers 1 qt pickles (skinned) 1 qt ripe tomatoes … Continue reading

Catsup (Mrs Borgworst)

I have made my own barbecue sauce, but never my own catsup. I’m afraid I rely heavily on Heinz 57 lol. This recipe was originally written in pencil and then overwritten in pen. It was obviously one she didn’t want to lose. I’m uncertain if some of these ingredients would have been whole or ground … Continue reading

Chicken Francoise

This recipe is probably misspelled and is really for a dish called Chicken Francaise – which is a battered chicken breast served with a lemon sauce. It is thought to originate in New York City or possibly Rochester. Francaise style is to dredge the item through flour and egg wash before sautéing it. Although no … Continue reading

Jean’s Spaghetti Sauce & Meatballs

Here’s another twofer recipe, in that there were two cards called Jean’s Spaghetti Sauce, but the real bonus is that one of them includes the recipe for the meatballs referenced in the sauce. Whew, I wasn’t sure what we were going to do there! Both recipes seem to have the same ingredients just in a … Continue reading

Ham BBQ Sauce

This originally made me think it was only for the sauce, but step 3 is for the addition of chopped ham. It doesn’t say how much, unfortunately, so add as much or as little as you feel necessary for your meal.