I was seriously excited recently when my P.S. found some new soups at the grocery store. I’d asked him to pick up soups so that I could make tater tot hotdish for supper. The cold, snowy day called for comfort food. I just needed cream of mushroom soup and cream of celery soup to fulfill that need. My P.S. texted me a picture and I gasped. No way! Continue reading
Instead of all of the traditional dishes and side dishes for our Christmas buffet I tried quite a few new ones. We celebrated the holiday on Christmas Day instead of Christmas Eve. I had an extra day to prepare foods ahead of time and that was a relief. We had several frozen turkeys in the freezer and I wanted to use one for a cozy casserole-type dish. It would be traditional in an informal way.
One of our family favorites for decades has been hash brown casserole. It was often a side dish on holidays, without the ham. Later we added diced ham and made it a one dish meal. Regardless, we absolutely loved it. There were never leftovers when I made this dish. In my 5 years of blogging, I’m ashamed I’ve never posted the casserole!