Rolls

Mrs. Euna Silmon This is the recipe used in Farmerville High School Cafeteria on a larger scale. 1/2 cup dry yeast 1/3 cup sugar added to 1/2 pint warm water and let set 5 minutes or till it foams up Mix 10 cups flour 1 cup dry milk 1 Tbsp salt Add yeast water, then … Continue reading Rolls

Fruit Punch

Mrs. Corrie S. Armstrong, WM Farmerville, La. #207 OES 1 cup lemon juice 1 cup orange juice 1 cup pineapple juice 3 pints water 1 lb sugar Make 24 hours before serving. Serves 25. 5 pints lemon juice (6 1/2 dozen lemons 5 pints orange juice (3 dozen oranges) 5 cans pineapple juice 10 lbs … Continue reading Fruit Punch

Sherbet Punch

Mrs. Gloria Moon P. M. Farmerville, La. #207 OES 2 parts 7-Up 1 part sherbet (lime, pineapple or any other) 9 bottles 7-Up 1 qt sherbet Will serve 20 - 6 oz cups 18 bottles 7-Up 2 qts sherbet Will serve 40 - 6 oz cups

Texas Hash

Serves 50 People 1 pound shortening 12 green chopped peppers 12 pounds ground beef 12 (No. 2) cans tomatoes 12 tsp salt 12 chopped onions 12 cups chopped celery 6 cans rice, uncooked 6 tsp chili powder 6 tsp pepper Brown onions, peppers and meat in shortening. Add celery and seasonings. Sprinkle dry rice over … Continue reading Texas Hash

Hot Dip

Makes 1 Dozen Pints 12 bell peppers 6 hot peppers 2 bulbs garlic 3 1/2 cups vinegar 7 tsp cornstarch 32 oz catsup 5 large onions 4 qt chopped tomatoes 4 cups sugar 1 tsp salt 2 (6 oz) Louisiana hot sauce Chop peppers, onions, garlic and tomatoes and put in large boiler. Add vinegar, … Continue reading Hot Dip

Sloppy Joes

Sevella Hill Makes 35 5 pounds ground beef 5 cups hickory smoke barbecue sauce 2 1/2 cups chopped bell peppers 1/2 cup chopped hot green peppers 2 1/2 cup chopped onions salt to taste Brown meat in electric skillet on low temperature. Add sauce, peppers, salt and onions. Cook 15 minutes, low to medium temperature. … Continue reading Sloppy Joes

Pimento Cheese

Makes 45 Sandwiches 3 pounds American cheese 2 large jars pimentos Grate cheese. Mash pimentos with fork. Mix cheese and pimentos well. For a creamier filling add heated evaporated milk until you reach the desired texture.