• 1 Dozen Large Eggs;
  • 1 tsp Granulated Garlic;
  • Œ tsp White Pepper;
  • Œ tsp Salt;
  • Œ tsp Dry Mustard Powder;
  • Œ lbs Bacon Cut Into Œ Pieces;
  • 1 Stalk Celery Cut Into Œ Pieces;
  • œ Cup Hellmann’s Mayonnaise;
  • 1 tbs Vinegar;
  • 8 Slice Favorite Bread;
  • 4 Slices American Cheese.


Place the eggs into a pot and cover with cool water to this add the winger and place on a burner on high heat. Bring the water to a gentle boil lower heat and cook for 18 minutes. Remove from the heat and drain hot water and add cold water and let stand for œ hour.

When eggs are cool gentle crack on one side and peel and rinse the eggs to remove any remaining shell. Pat dry on a paper tool to remove excess water.

Cut the bacon strips into Πinch pieces and place them into a frying pan and cook till done over medium heat. Bacon should remain chewy, not crunchy. When cooked place in a bowl lined with a folded paper towel to remove excess grease.

In a large glass mixing bowl place the eggs in it and mash up with a potato masher with square holes in it. Eggs should remain partially chunky but be consistent in size yoke should be totally mashed.

To this add the granulated garlic, white pepper, salt, dry mustard, and with a fork mix thoroughly to blend the ingredients completely.

Take the celery and with a knife cut it into it? inch strips lengthwise. Bunch the strips together and cut into them? long pieces basically making little squares. Add to the bowl and blend in well with egg mixture.

Add the bacon pieces and mayonnaise to the egg mixture and blend well, the mayonnaise amount can be lessened or increased to personal preference as to the consistency you like.

Take and spread a generous portion of the mixture onto one of the pieces of bread and spread evenly. Top with one of the pieces of American cheese and top off with the second piece of bread and serve.

Serves 4 people

Serve with bread and butter pickles, Also goes well with kettle-cooked potato chips. For a salad, a cucumber salad goes nicely as it is lite and refreshing.

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