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7 March, 2022

Ham & Mashed Potato Casserole

Ham & Mashed Potato Casserole
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I hate to admit it, but this week, again, was a little less following the meal plan than I had hoped. Monday night was supposed to be a Ham & Mashed Potato Casserole….that got moved to Tuesday, and Monday ended up being junk food from Costco. The kicker? We went to Costco specifically for the
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28 February, 2021

Cowboy Cornbread Casserole

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It had potential. All the pieces are there – beef, cheese, cornbread, tomatoes. But it was, as my daughter in law said, confusing to the taste buds. Sweet, spicy, back to sweet, then off to a chili flavour – but no idea what to expect when looking at the contents of your fork. I saw
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26 February, 2021

Ground Beef & Potato Casserole

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I should know better…..actually, I do know better and still I do it every time. Any time I make a casserole or scalloped potatoes, where the potatoes are sliced into rounds, I always, always, always find the one or two pieces that aren’t quite cooked. I do better if I par boil them first, but
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17 January, 2021

Ground Beef Casserole – a Little Spicy

Ground Beef Casserole – a Little Spicy
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I have a love/hate relationship with that ground beef helper in a box. I loved it when the kids were little because it was quick & cheap, I hated it when the kids were little because they requested it, as kids do, a lot. I like the idea of cooking up some beef, throwing some
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13 January, 2021

Perogy Casserole (no “cream of” soup)

Perogy Casserole (no “cream of” soup)
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My normal perogy dinner consists of boiling them (don’t shoot me), slapping some butter on them and some sour cream and calling it good. If I’m feeling fancy, I’ll chop an onion & caramelize it and perhaps toss some chopped up kielbassa or farmer sausage in with it. I rarely fry the perogies because the
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