Cowboy Biscuit Casserole

Have you ever noticed that if you cook up some ground beef, throw in some corn and whole beans of just about any kind and suddenly whatever else it might be, it’s now a Cowboy Dish.

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There’s Magic in the Air

Today honors one of the world’s most useful, magical inventions of all times – the umbrella. They keep you dry in the rain, shaded from the sun and with a little imagination, can even take flight.

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Poor Man’s Mashed Potato Casserole

Have y’all met my husband? He’s smart, educated, traveled and yet if you were to look up Meat and Potato Eater in the dictionary, you’d probably find his picture there. His Midwestern upbringing is very much ingrained in his nature.

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A Day of Reflection with a Casserole

Today is the Feast Day of The Holy Innocents. For those unfamiliar with this Holy Day, it was originally a day of great mourning and fasting within the Christian communities, a day of remembrance for the Slaughter of Innocence. Although the date is unknown, on December 28 the church mourned the children who were said to be massacred in Bethlehem by King Herod the Great in his attempt to kill the infant Jesus.

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