Copycat Crab Casserole from Hunan Chinese Buffet By McCallum’s Shamrock Patch

Copycat Crab Casserole from Hunan Chinese Buffet https://themccallumsshamrockpatch.com/2016/09/24/copycat-crab-casserole-from-hunan-chinese-buffet/ September 24, 2016September 28, 2016 Copycat Crab Casserole from Hunan Chinese Buffet is a combination of crabmeat, cabbage, celery, sweet red bell peppers, mild cheddar cheese, cream cheese,sour cream, mayo, soy sauce, freshly squeezed lemon juice, and a touch of seasoning. The Copycat Crab Casserole from Hunan Chinese Buffet is…

Green Bean Casserole – melissassouthernstylekitchen.com

Green Bean Casserole – The green bean casserole was first created in 1955 by the Campbell Soup Company. The original inspiration was to make use of 2 items that most American families always had on hand. Green beans and cream of mushroom soup. Perhaps, it was also to ensure that most American families always had those items on hand. Regardless of the original intent, it’s been a staple dish on supper and special occasion tables all over the country ever since.
Green Bean Casserole

This updated version was shared with me by a very dear friend and fantastic cook, Lynn. Lynn took on the task of updating and re-creating this classic dish to her taste. I’m so glad she did, I love her take on this casserole, and I’m delighted she allowed me to pass on her creation to all of you. Thanks Lynn, it’s a keeper in my cookbook!

Corn and Oysters: A Stephens Family Tradition – Bohemian Royalty

https://www.google.com/amp/s/bohemianroyalty.wordpress.com/2010/12/19/corn-and-oysters-a-stephens-family-tradition/amp/ Corn And Oyster Casserole Plus The History Behind The Dishes. Oysters were first served to the public in this country in 1763 when a primitive saloon was opened in New York City in a Broad Street cellar. In the 19th century, the American people were enveloped in an oyster craze. In every town there…

Corn and Oysters: A Stephens Family Tradition – Bohemian Royalty

https://www.google.com/amp/s/bohemianroyalty.wordpress.com/2010/12/19/corn-and-oysters-a-stephens-family-tradition/amp/ From Sarah A Bit Of History For Your Thanksgiving Weekend. Danny and I love oysters.   We have Oyster Stew, Corn And Oyster Casserole, Oyster Dressing For our Holidays.  I love the history lessons here. The recipes are awesome.  While comparing notes with my second cousins who live in Nebraska — where our great-great-grandparents…

Loaded Twice Baked Potato Casserole

So what is on your Thanksgiving menu? Are you having turkey? Or are you going non-traditional with a Glazed Ham? I am sure you have potatoes on there, right? Well….it is time to mix those up and make this loaded twice baked potato casserole. It takes your mashed potatoes to a whole new level, that everyone will be thankful for.

Garlic, cheese, bacon…..pretty sure you can never go wrong with those ingredients.

Easy Sweet Potato Casserole – The Country Cook

Hands down a MUST-HAVE

Sweet Potato Casserole is a must-have, must-make side dish for me at the holidays. I’ve mentioned this before but I would be totally happy with a bunch of side dishes for holiday meals. They really are my favorite part. It’s just not a meal without my favorite sweet potato casserole. I do a ton of cooking on Thanksgiving and over the years, I have learned ways to make my recipes not only easier to whip up but still have that same great taste I love.

Reblogged From Blogger: Home Joys Hog Maw Casserole and Making Hog Maw

http://sarah-kasch.blogspot.com/2015/04/hog-maw-casserole-and-making-hog-maw-by.html http://homejoys.blogspot.com/2015/04/hog-maw-casserole.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+blogspot%2FsCrHg+%28Home+Joys%29 http://homejoys.blogspot.com/2014/01/makin-hog-maw.html From Sarah:My Great German Grandma lived on a small farm in Wisconsin, My  great grandparents had 9 kids. A Huge white farmhouse. They had an outhouse. Grandpa fetched water with a YOKE. One summer when I was visiting, my great grandma taught me to make hog maw. When we started butchering on…