It is one of the ones I've chosen for my own "cookbook challenge," and it was put to use in preparing for the holiday.
For this occasion, I added sliced beef frankfurters to the mix in order to have appeal to the "younger set."
I suppose it could be renamed "Beanie Weenies.":-) Whatever it is named, it was perfect for our holiday feasting.
Nellie, Beanie- weenies...that would never catch on.LOL> You just cracked me up making those. When we were kids, we longed for something like that. ...instead of mom's beans and cornbread. LOL. I have to say, I liked that quick recipe. Blessings for a great weekend, xoxo, SusieReplyDelete
Oh, Sister! You have opened up another great box of memories with this one! I remember more than one meal that you prepared when I visited you in VA, then again after you moved to TN, and everything you made was delicious, even then! I can never seem to part with a cookbook, as they all have special memories for me. Thanks for the recipe! :-)ReplyDelete
Looks like a delicious meal for summertime. Happy Weekend.ReplyDelete
I have that cookbook, Nellie. I don't think I've looked at it for years. I must go down to the the bookcase and check it out again. Have a wonderful weekend. xo ♥ReplyDelete
I'd have some Betty Crocker's cake.ReplyDelete
An oldie but goodies, Nellie:) I think I've seen this dish called Beanie Weenies someplace. Now if I could only remember where, lol...ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, Nellie...I'll link this up for you to Cookbook Wednesday:)
Me, either. I don't use my cookbooks very often, but they may be the last books to go. They have such memories. Hope you're having a great weekend.ReplyDelete
I am also trying to use old recipe books. Right now I've pulled out an old issue of Everyday Food magazine from a past June. It's sink or swim! I don't want to keep these things hanging around if they're not being used! :)ReplyDelete