|Saloons of the Old West|
|by Richard Erdoes|
Western buffs will appreciate this unique collection of American nostalgia that celebrates the saloon and is jam-packed with fascinating facts, an...
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Combine all above ingredients and press into patties. Broil, fry, microwave or cook on your <<B>BB>>BarB>-B-Que.
Fry <<B>BB>>hamburgerB> until juice is ... minutes; stir occasionally. For extra tomato flavor add 1 (12 ounce) can tomato paste. Makes enough to feed a small army.
Brown onion and <<B>BB>>hamburgerB>; drain off grease. Add remaining ingredients and simmer about 20 minutes.
Brown patties on both sides and place into casserole. Pour sauce over <<B>BB>>hamburgersB>; cover and bake at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours.
Brown <<B>BB>>hamburgerB> with onions and ... optional but helps to thicken it and make it go a little farther if unexpected company drops by. Serve in <B>hamburgerB> buns.
Brown onion in butter; add chopped meat and brown. Mix all other ingredients together and add to meat. Let simmer 20 minutes and serve on <<B>BB>>hamburgerB> buns.
Brown meat and ... accumulates. Add all ingredients, mixing well and simmer 20 or 30 minutes, uncovered. Spoon into <<B>BB>>hamburgerB> buns. Yield: 6 (1/2 cup) servings.
Simmer all ingredients together and serve on <<B>BB>>hamburgerB> buns.
Put in pint ... Brown 2 pounds <<B>BB>>hamburgerB> and 1 cup ... browned, drain off fat and blend in barbecue sauce. Simmer uncovered 15 minutes. Serve on hot buns.
Put catsup, water, sugar, mustard, vinegar and Worcestershire sauce into a pint jar and shake well. Brown the ground beef and onions in a little fat. ...
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