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Recipe Title: This is where you make the recipe your own.
Call it pretty much anything you like, of course we do have
senses of humor, but we also have censors. They like to see
stuff like Firehall #17 Doughnuts, Captain Soprano’s Linguini,
or First Response Stewed Prunes. We also like it when it’s a
tribute to a favorite firefighter to name it after them.
Serving Size: You know — Makes 1 9X13 inch casserole;
Serves 6 hungry people; Makes 1 55 gallon drum.
Special Equipment: As in — Dust and flour 2 9-inch cake
pans; Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
List of Ingredients: Try and list them in order of usage.
Please be as specific, and as precise as possible.
Like this: 3/4-cup  flour; 1-pound ground beef; 1 large onion; 2 1-pound
boxes of spaghetti, cooked,  8
heaping tablespoons toasted
daffodil. See how easy this can be, but if you get stuck just
do the best you can and we’ll figure it out.
If you have any comments about substitutions, or any
thoughts about specific ingredients that might be difficult to
find, or regional in nature, this is the place to mention them
Steps of Preparation: Once again, please be as specific
as you can.
Something like this: In a large frying pan melt the butter;
Sauté onions
until soft; Add the ground beef and sauté until
well browned
; Add the liquid and spices in a slow stream;
Reduce heat and cook, at a slow simmer, for 45 minutes.
Stirring occasionally.
Don’t be too afraid of forgetting
something, we’ll probably catch it; we just need as few
reasons to call you with questions as possible.
Serving Suggestions: Perfect for Sunday afternoon brunch
buffets. Spread on crackers for a quick late night snack.
Serve with lots of cold beer. Give us your version of Martha
Stewart here.
Roll Call: Now all that’s left is to tell us about you and the
recipe. Don’t worry about spelling or grammar, and you don’t
need to be real specific, just the usual Where did the recipe
come from? Are you, friends, or family, firefighters? Are
you/they career or volunteer? What’s the name of the
department/firehouse? How long on the job? Why is this
recipe special/important/unique? If you answer these
questions that’ll probably be plenty. But feel free to write as
much as you want.