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       Title: Mrs. Howard’s Baked Cabbage
  Categories: vegetables
       Yield: 6 servings
       2    Butter
       2    Flour
   1 1/2    Milk
       4    Cabbage*; coarsely chopped
   1 1/2    Salt
     1/4    Longhorn Cheese; grated
     1/4    Processed American Cheese;
     1/2    Cornflakes
   *5 cups if needed
   Salt and cook the cabbage with very little water until tender.  Drain
   well.  Grease a baking dish.  Alternate a layer of cabbage, a layer of
   grated cheese (a mixture of longhorn and processed), and then a layer of
   white sauce.  Top with a layer of cheese and sprinkle with cornflake
   crumbs.  Bake at 350° until the ingredients are heated through and the
   cheese is golden brown.
   Serves:  6
   Make medium white sauce by melting butter over low heat, adding flour,
   and cooking a few minutes.  Add milk and stir constantly until thickened
   (about 10 minutes).
   Mrs. Annetta Howard’s Boarding House sits just across the tracks of the
   Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in Rowlesburg, WV, once an important
   railroad center.  Mrs. Howard came to Rowlesburg with her
   doctor-husband, who set up practice while she busied herself running the
   hotel and dining room.  She is still there serving home-cooked meals,
   but appreciates a call in advance, if you are comming.
   Source:  “Mountain Measures” --Junior Leauge of Charleston, WV
   ed. 1974
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   Contributor:  Annetta Howard
   Preparation Time:  0:35