They say American pizza is quite different from authentic Italian pizza. But those in the USA know that is nothing to be ashamed about. American pizza is quite tasty and is possibly the #1 item sold in restaurants today. But you don't have to order out- make this pizza at home and watch how fast it goes bye-bye! The directions might look long, but making the pizza is really very simple and the instructions are just detailed for enjoyable and helpful reading.
A take-off of the well known Cantonese egg fu yung and local to the St. Louis area, this can now be found nationwide, in the local chop suey houses and Chinese express type restaurants. Surprisingly, the sandwich has nothing to do with St. Paul and why the sandwich is named that is unclear. But for anyone growing up in the St. Louis area might find this sandwich to be a happy memory, and a recipe almost lost to the culinary community.
By Winslow. Make sure your beans are fresh and haven't been sitting in the cupboard for months. As they get older, they tend to not cook very well and it is difficult to make them get tender or done.
Serve with cornbread and hot sauce if you like. Sometimes I add a little minced onion on the top for garnish.