|"Really sticks to the ribs!"|
Back of the card ...
Important: All recipes this week look good to us but we can't say for sure how good they will turn out. John does not necessarily endorse these recipes! LOL. We have not tried all of them. In addition, we do not make any claims for healthful dishes. Just sharin' ... as they say. Some of these postcards are old ... we hope you can still find the "brand name" ingredients.
Another recipe tomorrow. Thank you for stopping by John's Island. We will love to hear your comments and/or reviews if you prepare these dishes.
Good Morning, John.. this recipe sounds yummy.. thanks for sharing the recipe card.. Have a great day!ReplyDelete
Sounds Yum-O to me!!!ReplyDelete
Sounds like it might be quite yummy, John. I think you should try this one. ;)ReplyDelete
This sounds very tasty, and I so enjoy seeing recipes, especially vintage ones. Thank you so much for sharing. :)
I've never heard of postcards with recipes.ReplyDelete
John, I actually have a roast cooking right now, and love a beef roast anytime. Not so sure about the Big Bertha. Very cheesy for sure!ReplyDelete
That looks very yummie to me, John! :))ReplyDelete
I love cheese! :))
Looking forward to the next recipes!
Have a beautiful day
We can't ALWAYS eat healthy. : ) Sounds good. This should be a fun week looking at the recipes. : )ReplyDelete
Looks appetizing :) have a great day dear John .ReplyDelete
well, that sounds good! funny how they named it big bertha. i'd just call it nachos!ReplyDelete
That does look pretty good.ReplyDelete
I like your disclaimer! That shoofly pie you posted today does not sound healthy--this dish would probably be a bit more nutritious (are Doritos nutritious? oh well, I try not to ask myself questions like that before I eat...)ReplyDelete
Did you try this recipe John? ;-)ReplyDelete