Try a used bookstore or even Amazon for older versions of cookbooks like BC or BH&G.
And the dreaded evilBay as well; I’ve picked up a couple of ’50s-era “barbecue” books there. I have a 1958 copy (1st ed./4th printing) of the “Better Homes & Gardens Barbecue Book” and every so often I delve into it when I’m looking for a change of pace, but sadly Mrs. Chicken has decreed that we will not be serving Bowwow Bean Bake at our daughter’s wedding.[;)]
Why not? It looks good.
- [*]1 cup (225 ml) sliced onion[*]2 tbsp (30 ml) butter[*]8 frankfurters[*]5 cups (1175 ml) pork and beans[*]2 tbsp (30 ml) molasses[*]1 tbsp (15 ml) prepared mustard[*]1/4 tsp (1 ml) salt[*]2 medium tomatoes, peeled and sliced or 1 cup (225 ml), drained, canned tomatoes
- [*]Cook onion in hot butter till tender but not brown.[*]Slice 2 of the frankfurters in rounds.[*]Combine with the beans, molasses, mustard and salt.[*]In a greased 2-quart casserole, alternate layers of the bean and frankfurter mixture with tomato and onion.[*]Arrange the remaining frankfurters in spoke fashion on top.[*]Bake in a 350 degree (175 C.) oven for 30 minutes, or until thoroughly heated.
Comments Dip spoon deep down for slices of hot dog, tomato, and onion between l ayers of beans. Top with hot dogs, have brown bread or hot corn sticks with this yummy dish.