The Devil Went Down To Georgia… And He Brought Back This Lovely Beef Spread

Some recipes never die… this is one of them.

I love flipping through my grandma’s vintage Betty Crocker cookbooks. The recipes and photos are so different from what we see today. Some of the stuff I wouldn’t touch with a ten-foot pole, but other recipes, like deviled beef spread, really make my mouth water. I can remember my grandma making deviled beef spread once a week and enjoying it for lunch or as a snack. I always thought it tastes wonderful. Grandma is no longer with us anymore. I’m sure she is enjoying this heavenly deviled beef spread with the angels ? I’m really glad that I found a recipe, much like hers, on the Melady Cooks blog.
Audrey, from Melady Cooks, is a real gem in the kitchen. We are ecstatic that she shared this delicious deviled beef spread recipe with all of us. Thank you, Audrey!

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Check out what my pal Audrey from the Melady Cooks blog had to say about this wonderful recipe:
The spread was great! It was so very much like the funeral spread I consumed in the 60s and 70s it was eerie. I guess minced beef was an accurate description of bologna. Once I minced some very real beef with the same ingredients, it was a flavor clone. Eating it on Ritz crackers was a bonus. I can now cross making deviled beef off my kitchen bucket list. It wasn’t as devilishly difficult as I’d thought. I simply one upped the church ladies and added capers to their soothing spread.

I do believe that my favorite way to enjoy this deviled beef spread would be on Ritz crackers. However, my grandma preferred to make sandwiches out of it.
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