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  1. #1
    Gary Guest

    Default REC: Crabbies

    AUNT BETTY'S CRABBIES

    1 stick soft butter
    1 jar Kraft Old English cheese (it's a 5oz jar)
    1 1/2 tsp. mayonnaise
    1/2 tsp. garlic powder
    Mix together then Add: 1/2 lb. crabmeat
    6 English Muffins split in half

    Spread crab meat mixture on the muffin halves. Cook immediately or wrap
    and freeze.
    Toast in toaster oven or broiler until slightly browned, cut into
    quarters and serve. I cut into quarters before broiling.
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    Notes:
    - I had more than 1/2 pound of crabmeat so I used one extra muffin
    - That Old English cheese is a joke...just use mild cheddar
    I tasted it plain this time and it tasted just like american cheese
    product. wth? I always thought it was some special tasting cheese.
    Next time I might up it to medium or sharp cheddar.
    - Pictures aren't SW quality. Results aren't either but these are good!

    Here's all the ingredients. Way more than 1/2 lb crabmeat this time.
    I don't have a kitchen scale now but want to get another.
    crabbies1.jpg
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    All the ingredients mixed together, spread on the muffin halves.
    Now ready to cut and cook or freeze.
    crabbies2.jpg
    http://i48.tinypic.com/71gwfb.jpg

    Two muffin halves cut into quarters and under broiler until browned.
    crabbies3.jpg
    http://i46.tinypic.com/23k51lu.jpg

    G.

  2. #2
    Chemo Guest

    Default Re: REC: Crabbies

    On Oct 4, 3:15*pm, Tara <jarvi...@ix.netcom.com> wrote:
    > Sounds good! *Tell children they are eating Crabby Patties.
    >
    > Tara


    Or...Patty's Crabby's.

  3. #3
    Brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: REC: Crabbies

    Tara wrote:
    >
    >Sounds good! Tell children they are eating Crabby Patties.


    Hehe... Krabby Patties can be had at the Sponge Bob Square Pants
    Seafood Diner.
    http://spongebob.nick.com/videos/pla...-playlist.html

  4. #4
    Janet Bostwick Guest

    Default Re: REC: Crabbies

    On Thu, 04 Oct 2012 07:40:46 -0400, Gary <[email protected]> wrote:

    snip
    >- That Old English cheese is a joke...just use mild cheddar
    > I tasted it plain this time and it tasted just like american cheese
    > product. wth? I always thought it was some special tasting cheese.
    > Next time I might up it to medium or sharp cheddar.
    >snip
    >G.


    The Old English cheese is a fairly old product. It came out at a time
    when marketing of food products in general was new and due to a
    variety of reasons, a lot of people didn't have access to any kind of
    "special" cheese.

    Your Aunt Betty probably got the recipe off of the jar and was a
    hostess hit at her canasta gatherings. 50 years from now do doubt
    some foodie will be commenting on a recipe or ingredient that we
    consider de rigueur. It looks to be a tasty recipe with applications
    for today's world. Enjoy it. I will copy it and probably change out
    the seafood part.
    Thanks
    Janet US

  5. #5
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: REC: Crabbies


    "Janet Bostwick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Thu, 04 Oct 2012 07:40:46 -0400, Gary <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > snip
    >>- That Old English cheese is a joke...just use mild cheddar
    >> I tasted it plain this time and it tasted just like american cheese
    >> product. wth? I always thought it was some special tasting cheese.
    >> Next time I might up it to medium or sharp cheddar.
    >>snip
    >>G.

    >
    > The Old English cheese is a fairly old product. It came out at a time
    > when marketing of food products in general was new and due to a
    > variety of reasons, a lot of people didn't have access to any kind of
    > "special" cheese.
    >
    > Your Aunt Betty probably got the recipe off of the jar and was a
    > hostess hit at her canasta gatherings. 50 years from now do doubt
    > some foodie will be commenting on a recipe or ingredient that we
    > consider de rigueur. It looks to be a tasty recipe with applications
    > for today's world. Enjoy it. I will copy it and probably change out
    > the seafood part.
    > Thanks
    > Janet US


    I used to buy Olde English cheese once in a while as a kid. It was not
    something my mom would normally let me get. But I loved the stuff!



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