Sandwiches

Author: 
Mrs. Woodard

Take any kind of meat chopped very fine and mix with an equal quantity of celery, which should also be chopped very fine. Slice bread very thin, spread with butter and a very little French mustard, then spread the chopped meat and celery.

Sandwiches

Halibut Sandwiches

Author: 
Mrs. J. G. Lynds

Chop the halibut fine and remove the tough fibre. Season highly with cayenne pepper. Rub to a paste with butter and spread on bread.

Halibut Sandwiches

Peanut Sandwiches

Author: 
Mrs. S. A. Niles

One pint of peanuts, remove shucks and peel them; roll with rolling pin--not too fine. Stir in 1/2 cup, or more if you wish, of mayonnaise dressing. Cut your bread very thin, spread with butter, then with the peanut mixture.

Peanut Sandwiches

The Open Sandwich

Parent ID: 
The Domestic Guide

1. Put equal measures of raisins and nuts through the meat chopper moistened to a paste with cream. Spread on buttered bread that has been cut in strips or fancy shapes with small cutters. Decorate each with a nut hat or a bright cherry.

2. Put 1/2 lb. of American cheese and 1/2 cup of stuffed olives through the meat chopper. Moisten with salad dressing, spread thickly on bread, but in fancy shapes and decorate with 1/2 stuffed olive.

3. Spread bread thickly with a mixture made of 1 lb. grated cheese, seasoned with 1/2 teaspoon salt and paprika and mixed with 1 beaten egg. Add milk if necessary to make it spread easily. Put a slice of bacon on each sandwich and brown delicately under the gas flame. This should be served with coffee.

The Open Sandwich

Rolled Sandwiches

Parent ID: 
The Domestic Guide

Rolled sandwiches can be prepared in advance for later hurried serving. With a very sharp knife cut the bottom crust from a loaf of bread. Cut two slices about one half inch thick, lengthwise of the loaf. Crust is removed and bread is spread thickly with your favorite cheese spread. Place two slices together, end to end, and roll up to form one large roll. Wrap in waxed paper and place in refrigerator until thoroughly set. When ready to serve, cut in one half inch thick slices and serve either plain or toasted.

Rolled Sandwiches

Fancy Sandwiches

Parent ID: 
The Domestic Guide

Keep the following foundation sauce always on hand for quick sandwich fillings. To 2 packages of grated cheese, any variety, add one half cup hot thin cream or thin cream sauce, a little at a time, stirring smooth after each addition.

Fancy Sandwiches

Toasted Cheese Sandwiches

Parent ID: 
Eastern Star Cookbook

Mix cream cheese with mayonnaise dressing, made with mustard, until thick and creamy. Spread between thick buttered slices of Graham bread, cut into halves, and toast in oven until a delicate brown. Serve very hot. White bread may be used in the same way.

Toasted Cheese Sandwiches

Log Cabins Feature Lincoln Day Party

LOG CABIN features which can be combined with any bridge or luncheon menu served at a Lincoln's birthday party are especially appropriate. Log cabin sandwiches as well as a log cabin dessert are featured by Miss Margaret Ericson of the National Dairy council, around which the general menu can be built.

Cut the edges off a loaf of whole wheat bread with a large, sharp knife. Cut across the loaf lengthwise in quarter inch slices. You will be able to get about four of these straight slices out of one loaf. Roll gently with a rolling pin so that these slices can be handled. Spread with softened butter, For each loaf of bread take two packages of cream cheese,
four teaspoonfuls mayonnaise and one-half cup of chopped pecans. Spread this

Log Cabins Feature Lincoln Day Party

Open Sandwiches

OPEN sandwich...
The filling use ...
on a cake instead or between two slices of bread, lend themselves to
clever designs for the Valentine party.

Brown bread sandwiches cut heart shape with a cookie cutter, spread with cream cheese and sprinkled with a few nut meats, can be varied with white bread sandwiches spread with cream, cheese which has been colored a Valentine red with maraschino cherry juice.

Oblong pieces of whole wheat bread may be spread with cream cheese on which rings of stuffed olives are placed, while others can feature a red heart cut from pimento on the light cheese background. Green heart designs can be made on the white cheese with picalilli using a cone made of stiff, white paper to trace the design.

A plate of these festive Valentine sandwiches can be served in addition to plain nutbread and butter or old-fashioned "two faced" sandwiches; if a sweet taste is desired, a chopped date and nut filling may be used, or for tartness, a chopped ham and mayonnaise offers still further variety.

Open Sandwiches

Lemon Butter For Sandwiches

Author: 
MRS. WHITING

Three lemons, grated; yolks of 5 eggs, 2 cups sugar, butter size of an egg. Cook in double boiler until thick.

Lemon Butter For Sandwiches
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