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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Baked Sandwiches

    1/4 lb. American cheese, cubed
    3 hard-cooked eggs, diced
    1 flat can tuna
    2 T sweet pickle relish
    1/2 cup salad dressing
    2 T green pepper, diced
    2 T stuffed olives, diced

    Fill buns with this mixture. It should be enough for about 8
    sandwiches. Wrap each in foil and heat for about 20 minutes at 350
    degrees.

    Margery's family likes these for Sunday night supper.

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    Julie Bove Guest

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    > 1/4 lb. American cheese, cubed
    > 3 hard-cooked eggs, diced
    > 1 flat can tuna
    > 2 T sweet pickle relish
    > 1/2 cup salad dressing
    > 2 T green pepper, diced
    > 2 T stuffed olives, diced
    >
    > Fill buns with this mixture. It should be enough for about 8
    > sandwiches. Wrap each in foil and heat for about 20 minutes at 350
    > degrees.
    >
    > Margery's family likes these for Sunday night supper.


    A flat can of tuna? As opposed to a...what? Pointy can of tuna?



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    Dan Abel Guest

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    In article <ie4a73$dqo$[email protected]>,
    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > 1/4 lb. American cheese, cubed
    > > 3 hard-cooked eggs, diced
    > > 1 flat can tuna
    > > 2 T sweet pickle relish
    > > 1/2 cup salad dressing
    > > 2 T green pepper, diced
    > > 2 T stuffed olives, diced
    > >
    > > Fill buns with this mixture. It should be enough for about 8
    > > sandwiches. Wrap each in foil and heat for about 20 minutes at 350
    > > degrees.
    > >
    > > Margery's family likes these for Sunday night supper.

    >
    > A flat can of tuna? As opposed to a...what? Pointy can of tuna?


    A round can. I did a Google, and tuna used to be a trash fish. The
    canners wanted sardines. One year there were few sardines, and the
    canneries had all these sardine cans around. So they filled them with
    tuna. In his first year, he sold 700 cases. In a few years, he was
    selling 400,000 cases!

    --
    Dan Abel
    Petaluma, California USA
    [email protected]

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    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Dan Abel" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > In article <ie4a73$dqo$[email protected]>,
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]..
    >> > 1/4 lb. American cheese, cubed
    >> > 3 hard-cooked eggs, diced
    >> > 1 flat can tuna
    >> > 2 T sweet pickle relish
    >> > 1/2 cup salad dressing
    >> > 2 T green pepper, diced
    >> > 2 T stuffed olives, diced
    >> >
    >> > Fill buns with this mixture. It should be enough for about 8
    >> > sandwiches. Wrap each in foil and heat for about 20 minutes at 350
    >> > degrees.
    >> >
    >> > Margery's family likes these for Sunday night supper.

    >>
    >> A flat can of tuna? As opposed to a...what? Pointy can of tuna?

    >
    > A round can. I did a Google, and tuna used to be a trash fish. The
    > canners wanted sardines. One year there were few sardines, and the
    > canneries had all these sardine cans around. So they filled them with
    > tuna. In his first year, he sold 700 cases. In a few years, he was
    > selling 400,000 cases!


    Must be a very old recipe then.



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    Jim Elbrecht Guest

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    Dan Abel <[email protected]> wrote:

    >In article <ie4a73$dqo$[email protected]>,
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:

    -snip-
    >>
    >> A flat can of tuna? As opposed to a...what? Pointy can of tuna?

    >
    >A round can. I did a Google, and tuna used to be a trash fish. The
    >canners wanted sardines. One year there were few sardines, and the
    >canneries had all these sardine cans around. So they filled them with
    >tuna. In his first year, he sold 700 cases. In a few years, he was
    >selling 400,000 cases!


    Ain't marketing grand? I like the story about pink and white salmon.
    http://legendsrumors.blogspot.com/20...n-pink-in.html

    I *think* I remember tuna in tall cans. Early 60's- late 50's?

    Jim

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    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Jim Elbrecht" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Dan Abel <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>In article <ie4a73$dqo$[email protected]>,
    >> "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > -snip-
    >>>
    >>> A flat can of tuna? As opposed to a...what? Pointy can of tuna?

    >>
    >>A round can. I did a Google, and tuna used to be a trash fish. The
    >>canners wanted sardines. One year there were few sardines, and the
    >>canneries had all these sardine cans around. So they filled them with
    >>tuna. In his first year, he sold 700 cases. In a few years, he was
    >>selling 400,000 cases!

    >
    > Ain't marketing grand? I like the story about pink and white salmon.
    > http://legendsrumors.blogspot.com/20...n-pink-in.html
    >
    > I *think* I remember tuna in tall cans. Early 60's- late 50's?


    I don't remember. I was born in 1959.



  7. #7
    Dan Abel Guest

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    In article <[email protected]>,
    Jim Elbrecht <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Dan Abel <[email protected]> wrote:


    > Ain't marketing grand? I like the story about pink and white salmon.
    > http://legendsrumors.blogspot.com/20...to-turn-pink-i
    > n.html


    Why is salmon pink? There are little critters in the sea. Sometimes
    certain ones grow profusely. They are red, and turn the water red. The
    shrimp love these. The shrimp grow big and nutritious. In turn, the
    salmon eat these shrimp. This turns the flesh of the salmon pink. It
    just so happens that the salmon season coincides with the red creature
    season. So what about farmed salmon? Well, people want and expect pink
    salmon. They aren't going to accept anything else. So they put food
    coloring in the food for farmed salmon.

    --
    Dan Abel
    Petaluma, California USA
    [email protected]

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