Recipe by David L. Wasson
"Uncle Bo was my dad's college roommate. He created these sandwiches and served them up at Friday night parties before Penn State football games. I found this recipe some years back hidden in my mother's recipe box and decided to make them. They're great now for sitting in front of the big screen watching football--and football season is fast upon us. Make these for your crowd."
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chipped chopped ham, shredded
barbecue sauce (such as Heinz® Original BBQ Sauce)
bottled sweet chili sauce (such as Heinz® Premium Chili Sauce)
sweet pickle relish (such as Heinz® Sweet Relish)
chopped sweet pickle slices (bread-and-butter type)
hamburger buns, split
Oh my goodness! I was so glad to find this recipe! I was born and raised in Pittburgh,PA and this was my favorite childhood recipe that my Mom made for lunch. She died a few yers ago and I never knew how to make them. Now if I could tell the people at the deli counter how to "chip" the ham I'll be in business. Must be an east coast thing a I'm in CA. now and no one knows what "chipped ham" is! Thank you so much for this great recipe!
Simple and tasty regional recipe. Thanks for sharing! Reviewed during the First Faceless Frenzy Western Region Allstars 2012
Pretty good...I not a big fan of the bread and butter pickles.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Uncle Bo's Hot Sandwiches
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 185
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