Rowdy Green’s Dorito Sandwiches Featured in SW Cookbook

Big news coming out of Landers Plaza today as Southwestern announced that DSM Rowdy Green‘s famous Doritos Sandwich recipe would not only be included, but in fact be featured in the newest running of Southwestern’s Encyclopedia of American Cooking. The best selling cookbook from the 70’s that features thousands of recipes with ingredients from A-Z and dishes from all corners of the globe will be re-released in 2012, this time with color pictures. When reached for comment by reporters, Green said that today was a “true milestone in both [his] professional and personal life.”

Added an emotional Green, “Ever since I graduated college, cooking has been a life-long hobby. I’m proud to know that my 10+ years of making Dorito Sandwiches on and off the Bookfield will now benefit the lives of hungry families everywhere.”

The 2-step recipe of combining bread slices with Doritos will also feature advanced culinary options such as adding varietal condiments and explaining step-by-step how to smash the sandwich into a lumpy ball for the hungry person on the go.

Other recipes still in the running for featured cookbook consideration include Ritzer’s Ritzs, K “PB&” J, Piers Pan-Pizza, Kung Rau Chicken, Yvette Quichester, Sheridan Sherbert, Mukhercheese Dip, and Schafer’s Wafers.

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4 thoughts on “Rowdy Green’s Dorito Sandwiches Featured in SW Cookbook

  1. [...] One recipe says you can just mash it into a ball, if you need to take it to go. Mike: It looks like a Doritos Pod. Is this where Doritos come from? [...]

  2. [...] One recipe says you can just mash it into a ball, if you need to take it to go. Mike: It looks like a Doritos Pod. Is this where Doritos come from? [...]

  3. [...] One recipe says you can just mash it into a ball, if you need to take it to go. Mike: It looks like a Doritos Pod. Is this where Doritos come from? [...]

  4. [...] One recipe says you can just mash it into a ball, if you need to take it to [...]

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