Here's the recipe for Cedric Adams casserole
Tomorrow''s column sums up the 78 recipes I've received as part of my "Ultimate Minnesota Potluck Dish" recipe contest.
I also include an item on Cedric Adams, the 1940s and '50s radio legend and newspaper columnist who died of a heart attack in 1961 at the age 58. Adams, a workaholic who made up to 200 public appearances a year, died in Austin, Minn., where he'd been asked to appear for the grand opening of a hotel called the Red Cedar Inn.
Adams was said to have been fond of a casserole featuring cabbage, hamburger and tomato soup.
Here's the recipe for Cedric Adams Hotdish, courtesy of Rosie Lamey of Wabasha...
1 lb. hamburger
1 small onion
7 cups cabbage
1 can tomato soup
1/4 cup water
Brown hamburger and onion. Put water in bottom of casserole dish. Put a layer of raw cabbage, then a layer of hamburger mixture, then layer of cabbage, then hamburger, etc. Pour soup over it all. Cover. Bake at 350 degrees for 45-60 minutes until cabbage is tender.
Also works well in a crockpot.