Sort of an odd pairing, isn’t it?
We looked at chop suey history in the post for Mama Murphy’s chop suey from East Moline, Illinois.
From a box sold in Christine, North Dakota.
Sun. [Something?] Chop Suey (good)
3 lb. meat
1 stalk celery
1 c. corn (whole kernel)
1 lb. noodles
large can tomatoes
Brown meat (stir constantly). Cook noodles. Brown onion, celery; mix all and bake 1-1/2 hour, 325-350 deg. oven.
Use tomato paste for extra flavor. Fresh mushrooms.
Bread pudding (over).
3 eggs, beaten
1/2 c. sugar
1/3 tsp. nutmeg
1/6 c. melted butter
1 qt. milk, scalded
2 c. broken-up bread
raisins, if desired
Bake 325 deg. 1 hour in pan of H20.