You did not!!
LOL! What 50's era cookbook is that from? The hotdog standing roast was still better.
Hi, Lane, Gawwwd no. I couldn't find the picture of the whole roast midget baloney, cross-scored, studded with cloves and glazed. I know I saw one somewhere. Probably not in Julia Child.
Hi, kitsmommy, I'd like to say it's from The Senate Cookbook, but I can't source it because when I collected the various pictures and recipes I was still not very adept with the computer. And I agree, the crown roast of frankfurters is immortal.
It just gets wersa and wersa doesn't it ;)
Hi, Tiffany rose, it sure does.
Hi, Rose, it's alllwayyyys sumthin!
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