My mother was a good plain cook of the meat/starch/veg school. She became more adventurous only after I’d gone off to college and she started playing a lot of bridge. Those bridge ladies were really into food, so my mother collected quite a few recipes for dips and canapes and the like.
2 cups whole milk
1 cup Bisquick
Salt and pepper
Would you believe this was better than I expected? The ham and cheese kind of floated to the top, which then browned nicely. If I was a snob, I could have deconstructed the Bisquick into its components—but this is what it is, straight from the 1960s. And it tasted good!
Coming next month!