Evaporated Milk. The greatest invention since, well I don't know because I've honestly never given evaporated milk much attention. Apparently I am missing out on the culinary world's greatest secret! At least that's what this 23 page book that gives 38 Answers to What's Cooking? This is trickery I tell you. There's nothing on the cover to indicate what product is being overly hyped. After looking through this book, evaporated milk will remain an untapped resource for me.
|38 Answers to What's Cooking? 1961. This could have been titled better with proper punctuation marks and maybe some capital letters. It just doesn't flow. Maybe some quotation marks would work so it looks like this: 38 Answers to "What's Cooking?"|
|Chicken pieces and horse glue. Reason #1 out of 38 why I won't take this too serious. Wouldn't there be some color to the cooking liquid from the melting chicken fat even if the cooking liquid happened to be evaporated milk?|
|Stare deep into the olive eyeballs. Go ahead. Stare. That's it. You can see the depths of the soul in this sandwich and it is troubled. Help it.|
|Seriously, this is one of the most disgusting recipes I have seen and I've seen a lot. Do people from that era get a hankering for a frypan toastwich and make this late at night?|
|I did not scan the recipe for basic meat mixture. Melted shortening, evaporated milk meatballs sound healthy. There's a lot of catsup (not ketchup) in this. Basically what would be in baked beans mixed in with two cans of baked beans.|
All there is to know about Carnation Evaporated Milk I learned in 23 pages.