Six-Layer Dinner

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This is one of my more obscure comfort foods. It's a recipe that's no longer included in Betty Crocker cookbooks. The original called for a greased casserole (I don't find that necessary, because of the hamburger), 2 cups of celery (sorry, my first job was in a Chinese Restaurant - took me years to be able to eat cooked celery again at all), a measured total of salt (2 tsp.) and pepper (1/4 tsp.), and a garnish of green pepper on top. But this is how *I* make it:

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  • add   1 cup green peppers
  • add   1 cup onions
  • add   2 cups potatoes
  • add   1 cup celery
  • add   2 cups tomatoes
  • add   1 lb ground beef

Instructions

  1. Place in layers in a 2 quart casserole, seasoning each layer with salt and pepper.
  2. Bake at 350F for 2 hours.
  3. Adapted from Betty Crocker, 1950 Enjoy!