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This recipe for Josephines, by Dorothy Ortolf, is from An Ortolf Family Tradition,
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1 sm. can chopped green chiles 1 cup mayo 1/2 lb margarine 1/2 lb cheddar cheese, grated White bread sliced(about 8 slices).
Mix together green chiles and margarine. ( small dish ) Mix cheese and mayo (small dish) Trim crusts from bread and cut into 4 squares. Spread chili mixture thinly on bread top with cheese mixture. Toast under broiler until hot and bubby. Serve hot. ( Can be frozen in zip lock bags)
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