Freedom Onion Soup


Freedom Onion Soup


5 Softball sized Onions (sweet yellow or Vidalia)
2 Spoonful’s of Minced Garlic
1 Stick of Real Butter
2 Quarts of Beef Broth
½ Cup of Whiskey
2 Tablespoons of Worcestershire Sauce
Cilantro or Parsley (your preference)
Toasted Bread (French Bread or a Sourdough) enough to fill the bowls you are going to
serve tonight.
Mozzarella or Provolone slices.
Peal outer layer off onions.
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The Steak Bom

The Super Sandwich.
No, I do not mean ‘Steak Bomb’.  I spelled the title correctly, (even if spell check tells me otherwise!)  Back in the early 90’s my brother Tim worked at a Greek/American Restaurant in Maine.  One of the specialties was a ‘Steak Bom’.  The owner of the shop was a Greek immigrant and a really cool guy.  He made some spectacular food.  I was told by ‘Peter the Greek’, as we called him, the steak bom is an old Greek meal.  The internet claims the ‘steak bomb’ was trademarked in 2007 by a New Hampshire restaurant, but I know they were being made 20 years earlier in Wiscasset Maine.  I learned to make these sandwiches while hanging around the shop one summer.  I expect you will come to love them too. Continue reading

American Chop Suey

American Chop Suey is clearly American, and is definitely not Chinese in nature, so don’t let the name fool you.  This dish is a great way to stretch a food budget to get multiple meals cheaply. Over the years, it is a meal we will fall back on when there is too much month left at the end of the money. Please, let us know if you like it.
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