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3 - cheese tomato pie from the Applecover Inn Campground  

Eudora Apple

INGREDIENTS:   

1 unbaked deep dish pie shell

½ cup shredded cheddar cheese

½ cup shredded mozzarella cheese

½ cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese

1 cup mayonnaise 

1 good slug of hot sauce

 

Use a fork to poke lots of holes in the crust of the pie shell and bake @ 400­ for about five minutes.  Take out and let cool while you fix the rest of the pie.

Peel tomatoes (3 large ones will make a plump pie) and lay slices on enough paper towels to where they don’t drip when you pick them up.

Place in pie pan and sprinkle with FLOUR, SALT, PEPPER, and SUGAR -- EACH LAYER.

In a bowl mix the cheeses, mayonnaise, and hot sauce.  Spread as evenly as possible over the tomatoes, put the pie on a cookie sheet and bake for at least 40 minutes or 1 hour if you have time, at 400 degrees.

 

Mom's Creamy Cabbage Slaw

 

 

6 cups shredded cabbage

¼ cup sliced green onion

 

1 C mayonnaise

2 T sugar

2 T white vinegar

1 t mustard seed

1 t salt

½ t celery seed

½ t pepper

 

Combine and chill cabbage and green onion.  Blend remaining ingredients until sugar is dissolved; chill.

Toss dressing and cabbage lightly.

Melisa's Baked Beans

1 lg. can regular Bush's Baked Beans

½ cup chopped smoked sausage

½ cup chopped onion

around 3 T (eyeball it!) each:

ketchup, mustard, maple syrup, brown sugar.

Pre-heat the sausage and onions in the microwave.  Then mix all ingredients together.  Cover with aluminum foil and bake about 45 minutes.  Take off the foil and bake another 15 minutes.

 

Sharon's Meatballs

(This recipe is from Amy's Mom.  Everyone loves it!)

Ingredients:

1 pound of meatballs (about 20) (Sam's are really good for this)

1 can of "whole berry" cranberry sauce

1 jar of MILD salsa (any kind you like)

 

You can simply place all the ingredients in a pot or slow cooker and cook until thoroughly heated.

OR

Sharon likes to brown the meatballs in the oven first.  This eliminates some of the grease and gives them a little bit more texture.

BE FOREWARNED!  IF YOU USE MEDIUM OR HOT SAUCE, IT WILL BE HOTTER THAN YOU EXPECT.  I LIKE HOT, AND THIS IS TRUE!

                                                                                     Derrick