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Bern's Famous Jewish Chop Suey Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Susan Weis
Added: Sunday, December 9, 2007

Category:
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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
~One large onion diced
~Several stalks of celery sliced
~a pound or so of mystery beef in cubes
~soy sauce
~brown molasses
~a can of Chinese vegetables
~Cooked white rice

Directions:
Directions:
~In a large skillet brown cubes of beef
~add onions and celery, soy sauce and molasses
~simmer covered until meat is tender....the longer the better.
~add a little water and Chinese vegetables and cook them to MUSH
~Spoon over white rice

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
This was Paul's favorite of our mother's recipes growing up. His tastes were less discriminating back then.To make for the perfect evening, this entree would be followed for dessert by a Hostess chocolate creme filled cupcake. After removing the cellophane wrapper, Pauly would hold the cupcake upsidedown in his palm and slowly suck out the creme filling then carefully eat the devils food cake so as not to disturb the precious chocolate icing. Proper removal of the white squiggle was crucial to the proper enjoyment of this delicacy. The grand finale was to LICK the chocolate top until it dissolved off his hand.Yum.

 

 

 

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