Tag Archives: Sandwich

Hot Dogs in a Blanket


Hot dogs in a blanket is an easy recipe that kids really enjoy. It is more a method than a recipe. You can use homemade biscuit dough, baking mix dough or canned biscuits to wrap around the hot dogs. Cheese … Continue reading

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Chicken Croquettes


This recipe for chicken croquettes turns leftover chicken into a new meal. The croquettes or patties are crisp on the outside and creamy on the inside. They can be served as a main course, an appetizer, a sandwich or a … Continue reading

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Cheese and Tuna Franchees plus Onion Rings


Cheese and Tuna Franchees were well known deep fat  fried sandwiches on the menu at King’s Food Host restaurants in the 1960s and 1970s. They were cheese or tuna salad sandwiches dipped in batter, rolled in cracker meal and deep … Continue reading

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Super Quick Drop Biscuits


Drop biscuits are very quick to bake because you skip rolling out the dough and cutting it into biscuits. This recipe is great for times when you want a batch of hot biscuits to serve along with soup or stew. … Continue reading

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Sandwiches Part 4


Flatbreads have been used for centuries to make potable meals, in other words, sandwiches. Allthough flatbreads are the earliest form of bread they remain popular in all cultures. Some of the better known varieties include lavish from Armenia (considered the … Continue reading

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Sandwiches Part 3


A turnover or pasty is filling wrapped and sealed in dough to form a type of sandwich. The dough can be puff pastry, biscuit dough with less baking powder and no milk, or it can be bread dough. The fillings … Continue reading

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Sandwiches Part 2


A sandwich is such a simple item that it is really amusing to find recipes for them in old cookbooks. A sandwich is only a quick portable means of obtaining nourishment. Some types, like the BLT have survived the test … Continue reading

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Sandwiches Part 1


Sandwiches have an interesting history. Bread or pastry filled with meat and cheeses have been known since earliest times.  The number pf different types of sandwich ingredients that can be put between slices of bread or inside of bread is … Continue reading

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Hot Dogs and Frankfurters


Hot dogs remind us of summer, baseball games, back yard cookouts and picnics in the park. On the other hand we serve hot dogs year around when we want a quick lunch or week night dinner. Hot dogs and their … Continue reading

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Nut Bread with Variations


This is another recipe from the Pillsbury “Bake the No-Knead Way” book published in 1945. It produces a good tasting loaf that is excellent for sandwiches or toast no matter which version you bake. The recipe can be used for … Continue reading

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