[Sca-cooks] Lutheran binders

yaini0625 at yahoo.com yaini0625 at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 2 19:28:21 PDT 2011

I am wondering if there is a connection between the Lutheran's casserole fetish during potlucks and Scandinavian cookbooks full of casserole dishes. ;o) 
Aelina the Saami 
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Subject: [Sca-cooks] Lutheran binders

Came across this article and saved it for a silly season discussion
on Lutheran Binders.
"and a binder, which is typically a creamy soup, like cream of  
mushroom. In fact, canned cream of mushroom soup, which was introduced  
by Campbell’s in 1934, is referred to as “Lutheran binder” in some  
regional cookbooks because it was so commonly used in these dishes,  
which are a staple, to this day, at Lutheran church functions."

Hooked on Hotdish Casseroles By Jessie Price, "Hooked on Hotdish,"  
September/October 2010
Too hot by far to make one this summer. Maybe this discussion should  
move to Gulf Wars silly season.

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