I love scalloped potatoes and potatoes au gratin. Who am I kidding? I love potatoes done any way you care to cook them. I would sneak the leftover boiled potatoes out of the fridge when I was little and furtively take them to my playroom to snack on. Potatoes are full of potassium, cheap, and a great filler when your kids hit that eat-everything-in-site phase. I don’t eat them often now because my body likes to store carbs in a big way. A big, BIG way. Continue reading
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Whew. It has been an incredibly busy, incredibly chaotic, exhausting (insert various synonyms here) November as you can probably tell by my lack of posts. I mean, of all the times of the year for me to go off the radar, right? I hope your Thanksgiving was amazing. Mine certainly was – the most normal, drama-free Thanksgiving I have had in several years. Continue reading
Frito Chicken Casserole – just by the title you should be able to guess that it is from one of my vintage cookbooks, right?
This is an easy, recipe that is a great way to use up leftovers because you start with cooked chicken. You can also run by the deli on the way home and get a rotisserie chicken if you are rushed and don’t have the leftovers. Continue reading