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Aloha All, Here is another of Bruddah' Jim's recipes garnered from all over the world. I sincerely hope that you enjoy them. If you have any friends that would like to get on this list, they may e-mail me musubi@hula.net. First line of message should read SUBSCRIBE [First Name] [Last Name] Bruddah' Jim's Recipes. Today, Bruddah' Jim wen' teach you fo' cook. . . GIANT FRENCH LOAF DELIBURGER FOR 5 1-1/2 to 2 lbs. lean ground beef Garlic salt to taste 3/4 lb. shredded swiss cheese (or cheddar) 1 pint deli cole slaw (get the creamy kind, not vinegar-dressed) 3/4 cup Russian Dressing** recipe to follow 1 large loaf fresh-baked french bread Spray a large skillet with Pam or use a small amount of cooking oil and thoroughly brown the ground beef. Drain off all of the fat. Stir in garlic salt. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Slice the french loaf lengthwise using a sharp bread knife. With clean hand, scoop out the center of the loaf leaving a 2" thick "shell" on top and bottom. Spread both sides of the split loaf with Russian Dressing**. On bottom half of loaf, spread out the sauteed hamburger. Sprinkle over the swiss cheese. Replace top of loaf and wrap the whole thing in two layers of aluminum foil. Heat the loaf in the hot oven for approximately 15 minutes. Remove from oven and transfer to serving platter. Carefully unwrap the loaf, avoiding steam. Remove top layer of bread and spread cole slaw over hot hamburger mixture. Replace top and slice loaf diagonally into five pieces. Serving suggestions: Since you've got a hot oven going anyway, this sandwich is terrific with oven-baked wedge fries with the skin left on the potato. Add a tossed green salad. RUSSIAN DRESSING 1/3 cup tomato ketchup 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1 tsp. lemon juice 3 Tbsp. dill pickle relish 1 hard boiled egg, chopped (optional) Stir ingredients together and chill for at least 1/2 hour before using. -- =============================================================== Bruddah' J. "Kimo" Clement Royal Lord Chef of the Pineapples Cult of the Tracker Zen Master of the Culinary Arts ===============================================================

Giant French Loaf Deliburger for Five


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Aloha All,

Here is another of Bruddah' Jim's recipes garnered from all over
the world. I sincerely hope that you enjoy them. If you have any
friends that would like to get on this list, they may e-mail me
musubi@hula.net. First
line of message should read SUBSCRIBE
[First Name] [Last Name] Bruddah' Jim's Recipes.

Today, Bruddah' Jim wen' teach you fo' cook. . .

GIANT FRENCH LOAF DELIBURGER FOR 5

1-1/2 to 2 lbs.
lean ground beef
Garlic salt to taste
3/4 lb. shredded
swiss
cheese (or cheddar)
1 pint deli
cole slaw (get the creamy kind, not vinegar-dressed)
3/4 cup
Russian
Dressing** recipe to follow
1 large loaf fresh-
baked french
bread

Spray a large
skillet with Pam or use a small amount of cooking oil
and thoroughly
brown the ground
beef. Drain off all of the fat. Stir
in
garlic salt. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Slice the french loaf
lengthwise using a
sharp bread knife. With clean hand, scoop out the
center of the loaf leaving a 2"
thick "shell" on top and bottom.

Spread both sides of the
split loaf with Russian Dressing**. On
bottom half of loaf, spread out the sauteed
hamburger. Sprinkle over
the
swiss
cheese. Replace top of loaf and wrap the whole thing in two
layers of
aluminum foil. Heat the loaf in the hot oven for
approximately 15 minutes.

Remove from oven and transfer to serving platter. Carefully unwrap
the loaf, avoiding
steam. Remove top layer of bread and spread cole
slaw over
hot hamburger mixture. Replace top and slice loaf diagonally
into five pieces.

Serving suggestions: Since you've got a
hot oven going anyway, this
sandwich is terrific with oven-
baked wedge fries with the skin left on
the
potato. Add a tossed green salad.

RUSSIAN
DRESSING

1/3 cup
tomato ketchup
1/2 cup
mayonnaise
1 tsp.
lemon juice
3 Tbsp.
dill pickle relish
1
hard boiled egg, chopped (optional)

Stir ingredients together and chill for at least 1/2 hour before
using.
--
===============================================================
Bruddah'
J. "Kimo" Clement Royal Lord Chef of the Pineapples
Cult of the Tracker Zen Master of the Culinary Arts
===============================================================



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