Memorial Cookbook

Those Who Have Died
by Suicide






onion powder
garlic powder

salmon fillet
lemon/pepper seasoning
fresh garlic

You put some canola oil, or any kind of oil in the bottom of a frying pan. Let it get really hot. Add your thawed out salmon fillet, and let it cook. When it is almost done, put some cut up fresh garlic on it, and even stuff it inside the salmon, as well as some garlic powder, lemon pepper seasoning, onion powder, and whatever seasonings you like. Take it out and you have got a great main dish for any meal. It takes about 15-30 min. to cook, depending on how hot you have it. He always let his cook real fast. He said it was best that way!!!

Note: I had never tried salmon before I got with Jozsef. He fixed it for us, and I loved it!! I have it all the time now. Thank you hun for the wonderful recipe!!!
                                                                         Veronica Siraki - Wyoming
                                                                                    In loving memory of
                                                                                               Jozsef Siraki

We shall draw from the heart of suffering itself the means of inspiration and survival.
                                                                             Sir Winston Churchill




 T. mayonnaise
old bay to taste

1 lb. crab meat
1 egg, beaten

Mix above ingredients in a bowl and set aside.


1 c. milk
4 T. butter
3 tsp. flour
salt to taste
pepper to taste

Make white sauce starting with melting butter in pot over medium heat, whisk in flour slowly until well combined and no lumps remain. Slowly add milk, stirring constantly until thickened to pudding consistency. Remove from heat and pour over crab mixture. Turn into oblong casserole pan or cake pan. Top with thin layer of Italian bread crumbs and dot with butter. Season with salt, pepper and old bay to taste. Cook at 350 for 40 - 45 minutes. Let stand a few minutes before dishing and digging in!

Note: We always had goose for dinner when I was a child however had to substitute when we lived away from Maryland. I made this for Christmas when we were in Germany and it has become a tradition. The boys just loved it along with the goose.
                                                               Wanda Slagle Brockson - Maryland
                                                                                       In loving memory of
                                                                              Joseph Warner Brockson

Survivors will always cry for the missed chance, for the waste of potential, for the hindsight that proves so illumination now that it is too late.
                                                                                                Carla Fine




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