This is usually served on top of Eastern NC pork BBQ. Found somewhere on the web with a reference to a book by Bob Garner, "North Carolina BBQ -- Flavored by Time." It also says "Recipe by Ruthie Garner" but I'm not sure if that's who put it on the web from the book or that's who gave the recipe to the book. Also served on NC Crab cake sandwiches. OOohh...someone please take me back to NC!!
In the 1980's in Barbers Point Hawaii, our swim team would do fundraisers. Each family would make this recipe and it would all get dumped together so we had enough to sell. It's a very sweet recipe. not spicy at all. A million times better than Manwich.
These are little sandwiches you make ahead and freeze. I remember them fondly from childhood and just got the recipe from my mom. I recall the hot dog buns got kind of funky in the freezer. They were still good kid-food though.
this is from www.foodgeeks.com #6460. It is a Japanese dessert. It's very easy to make, but use your biggest bowl--there's a lot to stir together!
Any or all of the 3 cups milk can be replaced by coconut milk.
Toddlers love these healthy, protein filled meal-in-a-patty!
this is my version of the one on page 253 of the Better Homes and Gardens new cookbook. I've changed things a little, to make it more toddler friendly, but it's still totally adult friendly too!
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