It is available from Thomas Nelson Publishers. This is my last in a series of posts about my recent trip to Gloucester, Virginia.
1 egg, 2 Tb mayo, 1 Tb dry mustard, dash of tabasco sauce, 1 Tb minced onion, 2 Tb worcestershire sauce, 2 Tb butter to dot the top (plus my tweak 3 Tb butter melted to stir through), (plus my tweak here of 1 1/2 cups of chopped brocolli which was boiled 3 minutes and drained)
Also: 1 lb crabmeat chopped, (I used to 6 oz cans of diced crabmeat) 4 slices bread finely crumbled or packaged bread crumbs and 1/2 cup hot milk
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Beat the egg in a large bowl until light, add mayo, dry mustard, tabasco sauce, onion, worcestershire sauce, crabmeat, drained brocolli and bread crumbs. Handmix and add milk and melted butter and mix through - dot top with last 2 Tb butter and bake 350 degrees for about 30 minutes.
Scroll down to my February 28th post about Blackbeard the Pirate who ravaged the shores of Hampton, Virginia......where I was born!
This casserole was really easy to make!