I didn't know that "taverns" were such a localized slang term!! Sorry everyone! I think other places they are called BBQ's. You brown and drain hamburger, add chopped onions and green peppers, brown some more, add salt and pepper, a small squirt of mustard with a large glop of ketchup, and a little white sugar and brown vinegar. Now this is all "to taste". No measurements here. I have made this same recipe since I was little, and I remember the ingredients are in pairs and there are eight of them beside the hamburger!~ You cook it slowly until it is thick and served on hamburger buns, preferably with a slice of cheese and hamburger dill slices. 'Course my husband will eat ANYTHING that looks like a burger, it's his favorite meal.
I haven't done any sewing the last few days, had another Dr. appt but nothing major found. LOL--GOOD!! So today I will nap a bit, and then head back to my camper as I volunteer tomorrow at the visitor center. I did get my 4 patches sewn together, the stars are all made for the baby quilt. I have hung the blocks on the wall and am in the process of getting the rows together. Whew!! This baby better not be too early or I won't be done! We are going to visit Laura Beth and Nick in August, and I would like to have it done by then. But as I was setting the blocks together, I realized I had no border fabric!! Oh dear, I might have to go shopping again! What a tragedy.