On 11 Jun 2007 at 12:45, Susie wrote:
> In the late 30's Junior High School in the cafeteria served meatloaf
> and gravy and I would like to have the recipe. My mother has talked
> about this and would like to have a recipe for this
> Thank you.
Below is a high school cafeteria meatloaf recipe. Best I can do.
High School Meat Loaf recipe
1 pound hamburger
1/2 pound pork sausage
2 cups dry bread crumbs
1 egg, well beaten
1 1/2 cups milk
1/4 teaspoon dry mustard
1/2 teaspoon sage
1/4 teaspoon pepper
2 teaspoons salt
1/4 cup onion, minced
Mix. Place in loaf pan. Bake 1 1/2 hours at 350 degrees F.
If desired: Remove loaf from oven 15 minutes early, cover
loaf with catsup, continue baking.
More School Cafeteria Recipes
On 10 Jun 2007 at 17:45, Barbara wrote:
> I saw a post about an antique doughnut machine.
> I know you find recipes, but I have an old or antique doughnut
> machine . I know nothing about it and can find nothing about it. It
> says Clubelectric Doughnut Mould. also says they have offices in
> most principal cities, Chicago and Baltimore. made in USA, has a
> patent but no patent number. 9(if there was a number I could find
> that one line) Just a 4 digit # on a little plate, 4387. It looks to
> me like the Clubelectric is all together one word, but could be
> seperate. Don't really expect an answer because it is off subject but
> just wanted to write about it. Barbara
There is a book that mentions this:
"Antique Electric Waffle Irons 1900-1960: A History of the Appliance
Industry in 20th Century America" By William F. George Page 47 .
"Bersted also made a Model F6 'Donut Mold' for Club Electric (pictured
at right)which Bersted also made for Sears and sold as their own Model 60
'Donut Mold' ..."
That's the best I can do for you. You will have to get the book or subscribe
to "Google Books" to get the rest.
Folks, in view of the recent revelations regarding imported Chinese seafood
and the past issues regarding imported Vietnamese seafood, I do not recommend
eating any seafood imported from those countries until the issues are cleared
up ( basa, bocourti, tra, vietnamese catfish, among others ). It is time for
the FDA to begin regulating food for humans and animals that is imported into
this country as tightly as they regulate foods for humans and animals that is
produced in this country.The FDA budget must be increased to accomplish
this, and they must be enabled and allowed to protect us from tainted
foods from outside the country. Government regulation is not always a
bad thing, and there are many things that the government can and must do
and that they can do better than profit-motivated private industry.
On 11 Jun 2007 at 15:23, Carrie wrote:
> When I was a little girl, around 1970, we had an elderly neighbor
> lady in her 90s that was a diabetic. She made "Watermelon Cookies". The
> watermelon took the place of sugar. They were pink, soft and cakey and
> not overly sweet. My siblings and I still remember them with great
> fondness and none of us can find a recipe for these wonderful cookies.
> Have you ever come across a watermelon cookie recipe? Thanks for your
> help. I appreciate it. Have a great day, Carrie
I cannot find any watermelon cookie recipes that use real watermelon.
They're all just sugar cookies that use food coloring to make them look
like watermelon slices. Sorry.
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