Monthly Archives: April 2012

Carole’s Tuna Casserole

When days were cool, Mom baked more than usual. Baking helped warm the house, and if it got too hot inside, she could open a window or door to take advantage of the free air conditioning supplied by God.  Like … Continue reading

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Russian Dressing

Sometimes laziness pays off.  The original for this recipe called for making  a sugar syrup by boiling water and sugar, then letting it cool, etc.   One 90 degree day in Kentucky as I was stirring water and sugar over … Continue reading

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Jerri’s Corn & Sausage Casserole (Using up Easter Eggs:2)

Consider a casserole that has no noodles, tater tots, tuna or mushroom soup.  A casserole that helps you get rid of those colorful Easter eggs in the refrigerator.  A casserole that tastes good, is inexpensive and easy to put together.  … Continue reading

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Thousand Island Dressing (Using up Easter Eggs:1)

When I was a student at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, university administrators still believed in cultivating the palates as well as the minds of their  charges.  Talented chefs worked with dietitians to design menus that were nutritious and … Continue reading

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