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These freeze very well, are easy to have on hand for unexpected company and taste GREAT! Wonderful appetizer for the Sunday armchair athlete!

Ingredients

3 pounds ground beef
2 packages (12 ounces each) hot pork sausage
1 teaspoon red pepper powder
1 teaspoon oregano
1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
2 pounds Velveeta
4 loaves party rye bread

Instructions

Brown hamburger and sausage. Drain grease. Add pepper, oregano, garlic salt and stir. Put in small crockpot on high and add Velveeta. Heat, stirring constantly until melted and mixed. Turn crockpot to low. Spread mixture on three to four loves of party rye bread. Can be frozen on cookie sheets and waxed paper between the layers. When ready to serve, brown on cookie sheet at 400 degrees until bread starts to get crispy, about 15 minutes.

Max Ewalt
Davenport



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