In the same way one wouldn't dump crummy gas into the gas tank, one should always try to maintain a high level of quality when it comes to gastronomical delights. Even though we do live in an accelerated society, taking the time out to enjoy a good meal is a gift not to be
With that said, we bring you the first in what we hope will be many good recipes that will serve our readers either over a lazy afternoon spinning wrenches in the garage, or from the portable BBQ out at the track or car show. We encourage those with simple yet delicious ways to put high-test fuel in the tank to submit their own recipes, with a little story about how the recipe came to be.
Our first recipe comes by way of Hawthorne's Hamburger Cookbook, a collection of listener-submitted recipes from Jim Hawthorne's 1948 CBS radio show on KNX 1070 Los Angeles. The collection came to us on loan from Jim's son and MoparMax director of sales Darr Hawthorne. Jim is still involved in radio and entertainment at 89 years of age. Now let's eat!
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