Boy, if that subtitle doesn’t say it all, I don’t know what would! This is another classic in this series by Good Housekeeping. It is filled with great illustrations by Suzanne Snider, and has a range of taste tempting food photos.
Hamburgers and hot dogs are just the right comfort food for the summer months. While grilling usually comes to mind, you’ll find many other ways to serve up your hamburgers and hot dogs in this cookbook.
Ever thought about grating a hot dog? Why not! Their Hickory Corn Fritter recipe calls for grated franks. How about stuffed franks? Yup, you’ll find recipes for stuffed hot dogs in here as well. Ooow, how about Frank Suey? Or Creole Franks? Deviled Hamburgers, Weiner style has an odd ring to it.
The Johnny Marzetti recipe has me wondering just who this Johnny Marzetti guy was, and why his name was immortalized as a casserole. Aren’t you curious? A Johnny Marzetti is a fairly typical looking casserole. It was apparently created in the 1920′s byt he owner of the Marzetti Restaurant in Columbus, Ohio. According to the “American Century Cookbook” by Jean Anderson, Johnny Marzetti was the brother of the owner of the Marzetti Restaurant. Huh, go figure.
Well, I’m off to make me a Dinner-in-a-skillet!