Aunt Sadie's Fabulous Chopped Liver "Pineapple
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Aunt Sadie's Fabulous Chopped Liver "Pineapple
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      Title: Aunt sadie's fabulous chopped liver "pineapple
 Categories: Side dish, Appetizers, Jewish
      Yield: 25 Servings
      6 lb Fresh chicken livers
     12    Eggs; hard cooked
      1    Large apple; peeled
      3    Bermuda onions; chopped
      1    Bunch celery; (hearts only)
           Chicken fat
      1    Large pineapple
      1    Jar of lg pimento green oliv
           Salt and pepper to taste
  I just have to pass this along to you. I don't want you to prepare
  this bec none of us need the bad cholesterol ingredients. I just
  wanted you to have pleasure of reading it. Saute liver, one chopped
  onion, and celery in generous amount of chicken >> fat; cooking until
  liver is just done, with no pink showing, but while live are still
  soft. Put everything through a meat grinder, adding salt and pepper
  to taste. Bl well, adding chicken fat if necessary. Chill well. Cut
  the top off the pineapple and reserve top. Mold liver on a large
  servi tray, copying the fresh >>>>>> pineapple shape as closely as
  possible. Score diamond shapes and press olive slices into each
  diamond.  Place pineapple top onto top of liver mold. Surround
  "Pineapple" with curly lettu buffet rye bread and cherry tomatoes.
  Boy, did this grandmother just go through some memories with tears
  and smil while reading and typing this.  I guess you can tell my
  cousin >>>>>> Barba Ann Greenfield Goldstein and myself, Ann
  Elizabeth Greenfield Puckett reall loved and adored our beloved Aunt
  Sadie. I feel honored that I have been able to send these recipes to
  you. From: ANN PUCKETT (HGPS48A)

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Recipe ID 30406 (Apr 03, 2005)

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