A tea sandwich with the noblest of vegetables.
Deep fried, with chicken livers, chives, and parsley.
And a story about nine weddings, The Big Mouth, The Great One, Eleanor Roosevelt, 45 Bloody Marys, a small piano, and 60 feet of rope.
Dated July 1, 1955.
From Aunt Rose.
When pork enthusiasts say they eat “everything but the oink,” they mean it.
And a little random movie star trivia.
It really only looks like a Robert if you squint.
An appetizer or snack, maybe. I’m not categorizing this as a main course.
With cream cheese.
From a Jelke’s Good Luck margarine package.
Made with oyster crackers and ranch dressing mix.