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linda lou

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#41 Dec 8, 2010
Oh i see we are still trying to get the real deal,,Hi Faye how are you,? Its been a long time girl friend, this is linda, your favorite bartender from years ago ,. Hope things are good for you
linda lou

AOL

#42 Dec 11, 2010
Faye Saville wrote:
I would love to have the recipe too.went to NJH and we did lunch at the hag mart alot.Miss the curb service.The hot dog sauce was the best ever and Im MHS class of 1973.
Hi Faye, hit me back, liked to talk to you
Jandee52

Hedgesville, WV

#43 Jan 18, 2011
If you people want the REAL recipe for "Sauce", check out MHS Class of 1964 Web Site. Jeanne Ward posted it there for all to enjoy. This one is the real thing. Huge quantity. I havent made it because its too difficult to break it down to a managable size.
tbyrd2000

Kenly, NC

#44 Jan 18, 2011
Jandee52 wrote:
If you people want the REAL recipe for "Sauce", check out MHS Class of 1964 Web Site. Jeanne Ward posted it there for all to enjoy. This one is the real thing. Huge quantity. I havent made it because its too difficult to break it down to a managable size.
Give me a link...Please :) I Google'd it and there are many...
MaryWV

Martinsburg, WV

#45 Aug 5, 2011
jbf43...I have been searching and my mom has been dying to get this recipe. Before my time too and that's all I've heard about everytime she's ever eaten a hot dog...HagMart Sauce. Would you be so kind as to e-mail it to me? I will keep it under lid and won't give it out. I'm very stingy with a good recipe and don't like mine given out either and I'm very picky about who I give them to if I do. Thanks so much!

annabeth5@msn.com
Hag Mart Sauce from MHS64

Frostburg, MD

#46 Jul 3, 2012
HagMart Hot Dog Sauce - Compliments of Jeanne Ward Noble
Recommended by: Judy Eckerd Wood
Hag Mart was built and opened by Charlie and Dot Ward in the late 1940's. They operated it until they retired and sold the site to McDonald's in the mid-1970's
#10 Iron Skillet or one of comparable size
1. Fill skillet full chopped onions and fry until brown (use kitchen fat or cooking oil)
2. Add 2# hamburger and keep stirring so meat will be completely broken up and mixed with browned onions.
While stirring above add and mix in the following:
1 bottle garlic salt 2 oz
1 can chili powder 1 oz
1 Generous tablespoon Red Pepper
1 Generous tablespoon Black Pepper
1 Bottle Celery Salt 2 oz
Pour on top 2/3 # salt
3. While above is cooking on one stove container or vat with one #10 Can Tomato Soup mixed with enough water to make quantity of 6 gallons should be brought to boil on other stove. When this starts to boil, mix 2 boxes corn starch with enough cold water to completely dissolve the starch into a smooth pouring paste. Then add to the boiling soup and water slowly and stir constantly during for few seconds after all of starch has been added.
4. Allow to cool and store in refrigerator in 1 gal. glass jars.
To use in small quantities use double boiler method for heating and sufficient quantity for immediate needs may be kept hot in steamer table well.
Jelly Bean

Charleston, WV

#47 Mar 30, 2013
Hag Mart Sauce from MHS64 wrote:
HagMart Hot Dog Sauce - Compliments of Jeanne Ward Noble
Recommended by: Judy Eckerd Wood
Hag Mart was built and opened by Charlie and Dot Ward in the late 1940's. They operated it until they retired and sold the site to McDonald's in the mid-1970's
#10 Iron Skillet or one of comparable size
1. Fill skillet full chopped onions and fry until brown (use kitchen fat or cooking oil)
2. Add 2# hamburger and keep stirring so meat will be completely broken up and mixed with browned onions.
While stirring above add and mix in the following:
1 bottle garlic salt 2 oz
1 can chili powder 1 oz
1 Generous tablespoon Red Pepper
1 Generous tablespoon Black Pepper
1 Bottle Celery Salt 2 oz
Pour on top 2/3 # salt
3. While above is cooking on one stove container or vat with one #10 Can Tomato Soup mixed with enough water to make quantity of 6 gallons should be brought to boil on other stove. When this starts to boil, mix 2 boxes corn starch with enough cold water to completely dissolve the starch into a smooth pouring paste. Then add to the boiling soup and water slowly and stir constantly during for few seconds after all of starch has been added.
4. Allow to cool and store in refrigerator in 1 gal. glass jars.
To use in small quantities use double boiler method for heating and sufficient quantity for immediate needs may be kept hot in steamer table well.
You forgot 1 ingredient, Fred's personal "Jack Sauce" he would make in the back room.
trac

Berkeley Springs, WV

#48 Jun 6, 2013
Teresa wrote:
I have, what I was told, was the recipe. Will dig it out of the archives. However. would want to post it to you privately.
. Hi my mom has been looking for this for yrs plzz Send to me so i can give it to her thanks. crazieblueyes2u@yahoo
Faye Saville

Charles Town, WV

#49 Jun 30, 2013
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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