A request has come in for side dish ideas to take to a summer cook-out.
So here are a few long time favorites
Mrs. Miller’s Broccoli SaladCombine 24 hours in advance: 1C Mayo ½ C Sugar 3Tbsp vinegar Combine Dressing with 2C Chopped Broccoli 2C Chopped Cauliflower 1ea Chopped Onion 1# Cooked crumbled Bacon Add just before serving 1C Cashew Nuts ( buy halves and pieces) 1C Raisins Serves 10-12
Broccoli Slaw Ramin Noodle Salad1 16 oz pkg broccoli slaw 2 pkg. Beef Ramin noodles soup mix 1 cup salted sunflower seeds 1 Bunch green onions, sliced Dressing – put in blender or shaker 1 c. olive oil 1/3 c. balsamic vinegar add flavor packet from Beef noodle mix 1/2 c. sugar You will not need all of the dressing so if you double this only make 1 1/2 of the dressing. To Make Salad – open up containers and dump all into a large bowl. (flavor beef packets will go into the dressing) crush the noodles with your hands or a little with a rolling pin. Before you pour on the dressing be sure to stir up the sugar and then shake well. Pour on dressing just 1/2 – 1 hour before dinner and chill salad. Also great the next day. It is a crunchy salad.
Pork Product Beans1# Pork Sausage 1# Bacon 1c Diced Celery 1c Diced Onion 1cn Tomato Soup 1cn Tomato Paste 1c Brown Sugar 1/2c Molasses 1T Mustard Powder 2T Chili Powder 2cn Pork and Beans (16oz) 1cn each drained ( 3 cans total) Green beans, Yellow beans, Kidney beans or other bean (Pinto, Black, Butter, Chili) Brown sausage and bacon, sauté onion and celery Combine with other ingredients, Season to taste: Salt, Pepper, Hot Sauce Bake 1 hour @ 350° Feeds 18-25 people
Deep South SalsaCombine Black eyed peas – 1 can (drained) Black beans – 1 can (rinsed and drained) White corn – 1 can (drained) Red onion – 1, chopped Green pepper, chopped Yellow pepper, chopped Red pepper, chopped Olive oil – ½ cup Apple cider vinegar – ¾ cup Sugar – ½ to ¾ cup Paprika – ½ teaspoon Garlic & cilantro, chopped to taste
And from the annals of Party Grandma’s recipe cards
Bologna Ring Thing1 Ring Bologna Open Pit BBQ Sauce Place ring on cookie sheet, score several times ¼ “ deep. Baste with BBQ sauce. Bake 2 hours at 250° Basting with sauce every 30 minutes. Serve with Party Rye
It was a big hit in the 1950’s…………………