|American Regional Cooking Library|
|by Joyce Libal|
What better way for young readers to understand other people than by getting a taste of their food! Each American region and ethnic group has its ...
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Grind Treet, cheese and ... ingredients; mix well. Make sandwiches or store filling in refrigerator for several days until ready to use. This filling may be frozen.
Dice Treet; mix ingredients in pan. Heat to taste.
Grind all ingredients together. Mix well. Spoon into hot dog buns. Wrap in tin foil. Bake in preheated oven for 10 to 15 minutes. May add more ...
Take a box of Rice Krispies, a bag of marshmallows and a stick of butter. Put them in a pan and cook it for 6 minutes. Stir it for one minute. Put it ...
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Cut bacon into 6 pieces; fry until crisp. Combine cheese, olives, mayonnaise, onion, and eggs; blend well. Stir in ...
Thaw and squeeze water from spinach. Dice treet. Cut cheese ... about 1 1/2 hours. You can use broccoli instead of spinach. 8x8x2 greased pan. Serves 4 to 6.
Chop treet and boiled eggs ... fine chopped onion (I have used onion powder in moderation). Stir until well mixed. Makes enough filling for a loaf of bread.
Grind all together. Spread on buttered bun and toast.
Spread on 1/2 of bun and put under broiler until warm. Makes approximately 12 to 14.
In skillet, lightly brown Spam or treet (12 oz.), cut ... low heat about 10 minutes. Don't cook too hard or it will curdle. Velveeta cheese added is good.
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