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At 10:38 PM 12/10/2001, Helen wrote:
The only one I can think of immediately is Mock Chicken, a sandwich filling made with cheese, tomato, mixed herbs and a few other ingredients, popular with members of my church. I'll see if I can get the recipe.

Our favourite "bring a plate" recipe when I was a child.
Mock Chicken
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Chop one small onion finely.
Fry gently in 1 tablespoon of butter until softened and clear.
Skin one large tomato (pour boiling water over it,
let it sit in the water for a few minutes, then peel skin off) chop roughly,
add to onion along with 1/2 teaspoon sugar, salt and pepper to taste,
fry gently until tomato is just about soft.
Take 1 large lightly-beaten egg, and add to mixture along with
1 teaspoonful of mixed herbs.
Stir continually until mixture thickens.
Allow to cool before spreading on plain crackers.

I guess you could substitute cheese for the egg, but that would make it more like a rarebit.

Of course, rarebit also qualifies for inclusion in the oddly-named recipes, too.

Lesley de Voil
Subject: Re: odd named recipes (tasty semi-drivel)
Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2001