Tuesday, March 26, 2013

What The Hawthornes Did With The Bread Rosie Made.

Rosie made bread the other day.

I really need to make time to do more bread.
Different kinds of breads.
This would be an exciting project for me
and for my readers, as well, I hope.

Here's what I made from one bread recipe:
 A nice loaf and ...
... poppy seed and sesame seed rolls/buns.

Mr. Hawthorne made me a mini-hamburger for dinner the other night.
Nice gooey, melted Cheddar cheese on top.
There were some chopped red onions and homemade pickles inside.
And some ketchup.
You just can't see it all.
Everyone should have their very own Mr. Hawthorne.
Take mine, please.

This is what I made for my breakfast.
And I'm going to give you the step-by-steps.
It's my favorite meal from my childhood.
Mama Hawthorne would make it for me.
Mama Hawthorne would have used Wonder Bread.
I used a slice of my sandwich loaf.

Toastly light the slice.

Put a big chunk of ground hamburger meat on the slice
and spread it out evenly.

Be sure to spread the meat over the crust.
Mama Hawthorne used Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce
and Lawry's Seasoned Pepper.
I added the Soy Sauce.
I don't think soy sauce would have been in Mama Hawthorne's pantry.

I gave the meat a few drops of L&P and soy
and some shakes of the pepper.

Place under the broiler and watch.
While the meat is still slightly pink on the inside,
fork it a bit.

Brown it to the perfect degree of done-ness.

And enjoy quite possibly the most wonderful thing I've ever eaten.
But that's just me.
And Mama Hawthorne.


Rocquie said...

I know a little 3-year-old who is going to love "meat stuck on bread" for breakfast the next time she spends the night.

Rosie Hawthorne said...

Enjoy, Sage! Let me know how she likes it.

SweetPhyl said...

That looks deelish! Can't wait to try it...does the Teeter carry Rosie Bread?

Rosie Hawthorne said...

Sadly, Phyllis,the Teeter does not carry Rosie Bread.