“Another of my favorites! This is a good last minute dinner, because it can be broiled in less than a half-hour. If your husband calls in the afternoon to ask if he can bring someone home for dinner, say "yes" and serve this along with a good tossed salad and a good dessert and everyone will be please with the dinner.” ~ Betty Feezor
Every weekday at lunchtime, across a large swath of the Carolinas, thousands of housewives would stop whatever they were doing and turn on Channel 3's "Betty Feezor Show." For nearly a quarter century, Betty was consistently WBTV's most-watched personality.
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So for tonight we are serving up Betty Feezor's Best Cookbook Veal Chop Dinner from along with an old-fashioned to stay in true 60's style dining in My Kitchen! My Rules!
Please find the recipe below *with minor modern day liberties to the recipe* and give it a try the next time your significant other asks to bring someone home for dinner at the last minute!
1/2 teaspoon Dixies Crystal's sugar
3 dashes Angostura bitters
1 teaspoon water
2 ounces bourbon (Baker's Bourbon)
Garnish: orange peel
Add the sugar, bitters and water into glass, and stir until sugar is nearly dissolved.
Fill the glass with large ice cubes, add the bourbon, and gently stir to combine.
Express the oil of an orange peel over the glass, then drop in.
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