Make sure to use a SMALL potato or you will need an excessive amount of confectioners sugar to get a dough-like consistency.
Inexpensive and hearty. Great as leftovers the next day. Often found as an offering during lent on the menu as fire company and church fundraising food sales.
Known to many as “Sloppy Joes”, this simple, quick, any night sandwich is a winner. Can be made ahead and frozen, too.
Growing up in the coal region, hot bologna was a staple but most often was found in a popular commercial version. You can make this local treat at home quite easily.
These are a staple at church picnics and block parties in the Coal Region where they are known as “bleenies” (not “blinis”, a flour pancake served in Europe.) They are a close cousin to “latkes” and often served as a meatless option during Lent. Every family has their own favorite recipe, this is just one READ MORE >>