Here's the recipe for Cedric Adams casserole

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.

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