Almost Christmas Recipes

Creep Christmas Seafood Mousse 

Creepy Christmas Seafood Mousse 

This one will be sure to get your guest all excited for the holidays. Nothing says Christmas is here like a Creepy Christmas Mousse!

- 2 cups cooked shrimp, minced 

- 3/4 cup minced onion 

- 3/4 cup minced celery 

- 1 (10.75 ounce) can condensed cream of celery soup 

- 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened 

- 1 envelope (1 tablespoon) unflavored gelatin 

- 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 

- 1 cup mayonnaise 

In a medium saucepan, heat soup and add cream cheese. Heat until cheese is dissolved into the soup. Dissolve gelatin into the soup mixture and add lemon juice, mayonnaise, onion, celery and shrimp. Cook until heated through. 


Grease a 6 cup Ugly Fish mold (or any other creepy mold you just happen to have laying around for that occasion you may want to creep out your dinner guest) with extra mayonnaise (because that is the healthy way to do it) or non-stick spray (especially the kind with extra plastic). Fill mold firmly (because handling such an ugly beast gently would not improve it’s looks) with mixture. Smooth off the top and chill in refrigerator ( in a dark place, covered in with a dark lid to keep from scaring the other food in the refrigerator) overnight. 


Make sure to select a platter that is just as ugly as the mousse and then cover it with greens and especially just the 3 cherry tomatoes, because that will really help convince your guest to eat this dish. 


Invert mold onto platter and shake to release the mousse from mold. Garnish as desired (because that will somehow distract from the creepiness of the dish)

Ben's Bethlehem Barbeque Burger Bean Bake 

Ben's Bethlehem Barbeque Burger Bean Bake 

This one will leave you full of b's! Enjoy this bud basting beauty.

1. brown burger 

2. blend barbeque briskly 

3. blend big batch baked beans 

4. borrow big brown baking bowl 

5. begin blending batch before baking 

6. boldly bake barbeque burger bean batch 

7. bake boldly by barely burning barbeque burger bean batch 

8. boast bout baked burger bean batch before band buddies begin begging

Vintage-Clover Leaf Tuna Royals- HMM? 

Clover Leaf Tuna Royals 

Here is a nice vintage treat sure to bring joy from your head to your feet?

1 ½ Cup Kellogs All Bran or Bran Buds Cereal 

1 2/3 Cups Milk 

3 Eggs 

1 7-oz. Can of Clover Leaf Tuna, drained and flaked 

1 10 ½ oz. Can(1 ¼ Cups) of Cream of Celery Soup 

2 Tablespoons of Flour 

½ Cup Sifted regular all-purpose flour 

1 Teaspoon Salt 

1 Tablespoon of Vegetable Oil 

½ Cup Grated Parmesan or process cheese 

½ Cup of cut celery 

¼ Cup of chopped pimiento 

2 Teaspoons lemon juice 

¼ Teaspoon salt 

¼ Teaspoon pepper 

2 Cups of Milk 

Pinch of Paprika 

1. Combine All-Bran and Milk; let stand until most of the moisture is absorbed. 2. Beat eggs well; add flour gradually, beating until smooth. Stir in salt and vegetable oil. Combine with All-Bran mixture. 3. Using ¼ Cup batter for each pancake, bake one at a time in well-oiled frypan, tilting so that the batter covers bottom completely, turning once. Stack baked pancakes on plate and set aside. 4. Combine Tuna, onion, ¼ Cup of the cheese, celery, pimiento and lemon juice. Spread each pancake with about 2 tablespoons of mixture; roll loosely and place side by side in greased, shallow baking pan. 5. Combine soup, flour, seasonings and milk in saucepan; cook over medium heat until thickened. Pour over filled pancakes; sprinkle with remaining ¼ cup of cheese and paprika. 6. Bake in moderate oven (375 degree F) about 20 minutes or until cheese is melted and pancakes are piping hot. Serve accompanied by buttered green vegetable or crisp salad.

Cranberry Salad Candles-Whaaa? 

Cranberry Salad Candles??

This one is especially fun and real? Yes, real and full of so much goodness. It comes to us from the pages of BonAppetit, which was an actual recipe put out in the 1960. So enjoy this wonderfully nutritious crowd wowing holiday beauty.

1 1-lb. can of Ocean Spray Whole Cranberry Sauce 
1 3-oz. pkg. red, yellow, or orange fruit-flavored gelatin 
1 cup boiling water 
1/4 teaspoon salt 
1 tablespoon lemon juice 
1/2 cup HELLMANN's Real Mayonnaise 
1 apple or orange, peeled or diced 
3/4 cup chopped walnuts 

Heat cranberry sauce, strain, set berries aside. Dissolve gelatin in hot juice and water. Add salt and lemon juice. 

Chill until thickened enough to mound slightly when dropped from a spoon. 

Beat in real mayonnaise with rotary beater till light and fluffy. Fold in 

cranberries, fruit and nuts. 

Divide mixture evently into eight 6-oz. fruit juice cans. Chill 4 hours or longer. Unmold. Garnish with real mayonnaise to taste. 

To flame: Cut thin birthday candle in half to shorten. Insert into tops of cranberry candles. Light. 

https://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/article/cranberry-mayonnaise-jello-salad-candles

Jeremy's Hobo Holiday Ham 

Hobo Holiday Ham 

1-ham 

1-box of knock-off captain crunch 

1-bottle of dollar store mustard 

1-bottle of aunt Jemima syrup 

 Mix up the captain crunch and mustard and roll the ham in it, get it good an covered. 

Then place the ham on a home made grill made out of an old shopping cart over a fire pit. 

As the ham cooks baste it in the aunt Jemima syrup until cooked

Jeremy's Blasted Sweet Corn 

Blasted Sweet corn. 

  

12- cans of corn 

20- packs of poprocks 

2- cups of brown sugar 

1-cup of  Tasmanian Rain water 

Mix the corn, brown sugar and water into a baking pan. Bake for 20 mins at 400 degrees. 

After baking let cool and sprinkle the poprocks on top  for and explosion of sugar and corn.

Topless Bacon, Lettuce, and no tomato Sandwich Plus 

Topless Bacon, Lettuce, and no tomato Sandwich Plus

 

For those days before Christmas where your taste buds are drooling for a juicy (BLT) Bacon Lettuce and Tomato Sandwich all slimed up with Mayo ... but all you have is Alligator pears in the fridge ...Here is an amazing substitute using Alligator pears. (Makes two topless portions) 

  

Ingredients: 

4 - carefully fried up slices of Thick Smithfield Wood Smoked Bacon (The right hand burner on the glass Kenmore Elite set on single ring and just over 5 ... using a 14" TFAL "Skillet" - not to be confused with the band ...... T-Fal ---- turning often until crisp but not burned like a pagan sacrifice). 

2 - Toasted - Slices of Food For Life "The Original-Flourless /Sprouted Grain Bread/Cinnamon Raisin/ 7 Sprouted Grains" (All Natural - No Preservatives and good source of fiber) -- you eat it, you know it! Note: Toast it until it isn't frozen and not burnt. 

2 - generous Tablespoons of "Garden Fresh Gourmet" Fresh Salsa (repetition is the key to learning --- I guess it must be fresh;  unless it has an effervescing effect and smells like rotten fish eggs).  

1 - Mission - Ripe When Soft - Black, Alligator Pear - SKU number 4225 at Giant Food Store Wayne Avenue Chambersburg, PA. 

1 - Hearty Sweet Onion - 1/2" slice, separated into rings 

1 - Handful of Washed ...Nature's Promise Spring Mix and baby spinach - Note: Don't pick your nose while playing with the greens. The two greens don't mix well.  

3 - quick button presses on the battery operated grinder with Pink Himalayan Salt per topless sandwich 

3 - quick button presses on the battery operated grinder with whole black pepper corns per topless sandwich (this produces course ground black pepper. 

2 - heaping tablespoons of organic natural mayonnaise -- any brand will do ... it is all a lie, BUT there is a need for the sliming effect of the condiment. ( 2 per slice -- slime it up gooooood!) 

  

Now here is the order - plate up -- of the delectable pile creating this magnificent topless Christmas wonder: 

1. Toast 

2. MAYO 

3. Greens (split the handful - no boogers!) 

4. FRESH salsa 

5. 2 slices of bacon each sandwich - broken in half. 

6. 1/6 - 3 slices of the Black Alligator Pear. 

7. 3 artistically placed 1/2 sliced onion rings 

8. pepper 

10. salt 

11. EAT!! 

  

If the end result looks like the picture before you eat it .... 

Merry Christmas!!! 

  

Jeff 

1 1/2 Christmas Bachelor Eggs for 2 

1 1/2 Christmas Bachelor Eggs for 2 

Ingredients: 
1 1/2 - slices of "Food for Life" Sprouted Grain Cinnamon Raisin Bread 
2 - Free Range Brown Eggs 
6 - tablespoons of Ghee or Butter 
2 - slices of thick maple cured bacon 
1/2 - ripe avocado 
11 - halved white seedless grapes 
17 - Organic Blueberries 
1 - dollop of fresh organic (no sweetener added) Strawberry Preserve 
2 - tablespoons 
1 - pinch of Himalayan Pink Salt 
4 - button presses of course ground black pepper right out of the battery 
operated grinder 
2 - tablespoons of Casaro Shredded Parmesan Gold Quality Cheese (aged 10 
Months) 

Heat up a 14" T-Fal Frying pan to 5 on a Kenmore glass top stove (preferably 

the right front burner, choice of center ring heat only) . 

Drop 3 TBS of the Ghee on the pan to set the non-stick stage. 
Cut a hole in one slice of the Sprouted Cinnamon Raisin Bead and leave the 

other slice whole (Helpful Suggestion: use a measuring cup ...handle 
removed... from an emptied canister of "Garden of Life" Raw Organic PERFECT 
FOOD to cut the hole in the one slice of sprouted Cinnamon Raisin Bread). 

butter/Ghee both sides - both slices of the Sprouted Cinnamon Raisin Bread 

(even the hole and gently lay them in the heated ghee, 14" T-Fal Pan. 

Carefully crack open the 2 Free Range Brown Eggs with one hand skillfully 

dropping one into the hole produced by the altered Garden of Life measuring 
cup and the other into a space on the Ghee heated T-Fal pan. 

Cover the pan with an appropriate sized cover taken from a 14" stock pot. 
Now prepare the rest of the ingredients as they will be decor and garnish: 
Count out the 17 organic blueberries, 
split the 11 organic seedless white grapes, 
nuke the 2 slices of bacon on a paper-towel-covered Pfaltzgraff 12" plate 

(Suggestion ...the pink flowered rim plates are pretty) with individual 4 
minute presses on the Kennmore Elite, Avantium 120 Microwave Oven "add a 
minute" button. 

ready the cheese, pepper, salt 
set the 2 - Six inch CASUALS Apple Decor plates made in China by Chinapearl 

to get ready for the final placement. 

Use the picture attached as a template and decorate the breakfast as seen. 

While preparing the "his" plate with the Egg in center of the Sprouted 
Cinnamon Raisin Bread Slice - 1/2 of the Avocado (she didn't want any) and the 
hole cut out piece with the topped with the Preserve (she doesn't eat any) and 
"Hers" with the Egg alone, cutting the whole slice w/o a hole in half for her 
(and eating the other right there so there is no waste) ... Eat one of the 
pieces of bacon because you are hungry and can't wait ... Count the grapes, 
blueberries: carefully and unfairly split between the two plates. Arrange it 
like the pick - sprinkle with salt, pepper and parmesan. Put hers under a 
glass pot cover... Put it on the stove so when she gets up it will be there. 
Eat yours because now you are too hungry to wait for her to get up. 

Merry Christmas!

Christmas Soup( The all in one pot, no time wasting christmas dish) 

Ok Everyone, here is the first of many recipes. We will be posting recipes from now until Christmas Eve. We wanted to be a part of this festive season, so here you go. We hope you enjoy it and maybe it will bring you smiles. Don't be afraid to share...but for some of these, it is ok that you are afraid to make them. 

Christmas Soup( why waste time cooking separate dishes when you can put it all in one pot): Brought to you by Jeremy

1- gallon of beef broth  

2- Cans of spam smashed and blended  

7- diced sweet potatoes 

2- boxes of stuffing 

3- bags of cranberries 

5- cans of green beans 

3- cans of sweet corn 

Mix it all into  a pot and bring to a boil. Add in some garlic powder and cayenne pepper. 

And to finish it off, add some marshmallows on top. 

 

The "Christmas" Recipes are coming! 

The "Christmas" Recipes are coming and we apologize in advance. Mawcore will be putting our own twist on each Christmas dish. Starting today December 5th, the recipes will be live. It will be up to you to decide which ones are legit and which ones should be completely avoided. We just wanted to share in all the Christmas Festivities, but we are not all very good with cooking, so we are doing our best and hopefully you will find it entertaining and possibly useful.