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Great Great Aunt Jessie's 1940's Tomato Surprise Salad

Great great aunt Jessie copied this one from a paper dated August 18, 1949. It sounds interesting and I may try it on a really hot day when cooking over a stove is not on my top ten "fun things to do" list.

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  • Scald, peel and chill tomatoes.
  • Carefully scoop out the inside out of the tomatoes.
  • Remove the seeds from the pulp and chill all ingredients.
  • When ready to serve mix chicken, cucumber, tomato pulp and nuts with the mayo.
  • Add salt if needed.
  • Fill tomatoes and arrange on lettuce leaves.
  • Garnish with parsley and cauliflower buds.
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"Great great aunt Jessie copied this one from a paper dated August 18, 1949. It sounds interesting and I may try it on a really hot day when cooking over a stove is not on my top ten "fun things to do" list."
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  1. Miss Annie
    Aunt Jessie was on to a good thing. Fresh tomatoes and cucumbers are fabulous together. Now that we have access to both, you really need to make this salad. I made it according to Aunt Jessie's recipe, except I used smoked chicken which added a nice contrast to the the veggies. Thanks so much for sharing all of your Aunt's recipes. You definately need to try this one soon! :-)
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  2. TMoney
    Great great aunt Jessie copied this one from a paper dated August 18, 1949. It sounds interesting and I may try it on a really hot day when cooking over a stove is not on my top ten "fun things to do" list.
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