Burrito Lasagna Casserole

Did you know that January 26 is National Peanut Brittle Day? Yep, it is. Like so many foods, only the Good Lord knows how Peanut Brittle was first created. Most of us know the brittle is a chemical reaction between melted sugar and baking soda. Oh sure, there’s a bit more involved, but that’s brittle in a nutshell.

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Mexican Crescent Casserole for a Different Taco Tuesday

Happy Tuesday Everyone! Can you believe, June is nearly over? Time just seems to be racing by this year. Thank goodness, I could not take another month like March of 2020. I swear, it was at lease 90 days long.

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Beefy Spanish Rice Casserole

What is it about Frito Chips – put them on top of just about anything and it’s instantly more delicious. The corn, the crunch and all that salty goodness just adds something to your dish.

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Welcome to California

The almond trees are in full bloom, and their sweet aroma fills the air here in my corner of California. We should be making plans to attend the Almond Blossom Festival just up the road. It’s really more a carnival than festival, with a midway of games and rickety rides.

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Would You Believe?

Today has several National Days to pick from. The one with the greatest impact has to be National Big Wig Day. It was designed to raise money as well as awareness on a number of worthwhile fronts to help people who may need wigs after an illness. For more information on how to observe the last Friday in January, please visit the National Big Wig Day website.

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