Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 1:05 PM
Subject: recipe for hamburger cheese with crescent rolls
I'm looking for a receipe made with hamburger,cheese,relish,and catsup and you put crescent rolls on top and bake it in a pie dish.
See the Pillsbury site for “Cheeseburger Crescent Casserole”:
Cheeseburger Crescent Casserole
Pennsylvania Dutch Potato Soup
8 potatoes, cubed
1 onion, chopped
1 quart milk
salt and pepper
1 Tbsp butter
1/2 cup flour
1 egg, well-beaten
1/4 cup cold milk
Boil potatoes and onion until soft. Drain. Add milk and heat, beating thoroughly
seasoning to taste. Work butter into flour and add egg and cold milk. Drop by
teaspoonfuls into hot milk & potatoes. Cover saucepan and cook about 10 minutes.
Serve at once garnished with chopped parsley. Serves 4.
From: "The United States Regional Cook Book" edited by Ruth Berolzheimer
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 11:23 PM
Subject: Recipe for crab dip served by Shem Creek Hotel in Mt Pleasant SC
This was a cold crab dip served by the bar at the pool. It had fresh blue
crab meat, cheddar cheese,mayo and maybe a little horseradish. It was
wonderful with captain wafers. I have tried to find it on-line but the
results are for a hot dip....this was cold and wonderful! I have tried to
duplicate (even picking out the crab meat from fresh crabs), but it's not
quite the same.
Maybe someone can help?
I believe that you mean the Shem Creek "Inn", not the Shem Creek "Hotel".
I had no success at all locating a recipe for crab dip from the Shem Creek
Hotel or Inn.
There are a lot of restaurants in the Shem Creek/Mount Pleasant area, and
all of them appear to serve crab dip. One of the most famous was The Trawler
Restaurant. There are recipes for the Trawler's crab dip at the link below.
These are all different, so I doubt if any one of them is the actual recipe -
They are "tastes-like" recipes. The first three or so contain the same
ingredients as your description of the Shem Creek Inn's dip, so one of them
is probably very similar. See:
Trawler's Crab Dip
I found the below recipe for "Shem Creek Crab Dip" posted multiple times on
the web. It may be the one that you say is a hot dip. It's cooked, but it
doesn't say to serve it either hot or cold. It does not have any horseradish,
and it has a worse problem. The third ingredient is a mystery. It says
"1 package Frozen ________?"
It doesn't say what the frozen ingredient is...? It's posted just like that
on multiple web pages.
I'll post this in case a reader can help, but I think your best bet is to
try the Trawler's crab dip recipes.
Shem Creek Crab Dip
Servings: 1 Servings
1 can (6 1/2-Oz) fresh crabmeat
3/4 cub Mayonnaise
1 package Frozen
1 cub Grated cheddar cheese
3 slice Bread; broken into small bits
2 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1/2 Green pepper; cut into small pieces
1 medium Onion; grated
Drain crabmeat and remove shells. Mix all ingredients thoroughly. Turn
mixture into casserole. Bake at 350 deg. for 30 minutes. Serve as spread for
crackers or toasted French bread.
Sent: Sunday, March 03, 2013 8:54 AM
Subject: looking 4 a recipe
Hi , i'm looking for the recipe for the beef burgers made at the old Phillips dept stote , in Omaha NE?
I know it's a very limited chance on finding anything but I loved them soo much, I'm desperate to find it!!!
They were loose meat, no tomato product, maybe some melted Velveeta or cheese, and was thickened a little
with probably flour? I know it's probably a long shot , but also if you know of a recipe for ANY thing like them,
I would be more than willing to give the recipe a try? They were very beefy tasting,and anything I've tried always
seems to be missing something... thanks in advance ...
Sorry, I had no success finding any mention of the Phillips Dept. Store burgers. I’ll post this in case a reader can help.
The only loose meat burger recipe without any tomato products that I have is here:
Loose Meat Burgers