Huh, okay. A ten-cent bag of chips. I can do this.
A tea sandwich with the noblest of vegetables.
With béchamel and canned mushrooms.
“What am I, chopped liver?”
It’s a good thing you don’t actually eat with your eyes.
A Fannie Merritt Farmer original.
Of course, we aren’t really talking about Chinese noodles.
If you like curry, thank the Portugese.
This could work at a casual brunch.
Recipes for “hamwiches” show up starting in the late 1950s.
Eleven recipes and some wartime patriotism in a lost form of entertainment.
Also known by its traditional name, hoender pastei.