An emotionally questionable woman and her emotionally questionable dog hit the road, living and traveling in a mechanically questionable 1988 Ford Econoline van.
Tater Tot Casserole, Corn Casserole, Chocolate Casserole, Black Bean Enchilada Casserole,carrots (not a casserole), pan full of ice and PBR"A casserole, from the French for "saucepan," is a large, deep pot or dish used both in the oven and as a serving dish. The word casserole is also used for the food cooked and served in such a dish."-Wikipedia.com"casserole1. food cooked and served in a casserole"-Dictionary.com
Well, on the plus side, making me get up off the couch and walk around outside tonight was the best thing you could have done for both of us. I feel a million times better, I think I may even go to work tomorrow! I may not have the energy after that to come bake you a casserole, but maybe I can come over and watch you sleep (or cry). I think I may just beat this awful cold/plague after all.I bet you were the cutest thing ever when you crashed. Cute crasher, that's you!
I think I should make you a casserole...and then load it into a straw and well...put it somewhere :) I think as long as we turn our crap into entertainment for our blog readers, we must be learning. Or something close to it. I still think our PBR safety blankey idea is gold.
Wish I was there to help you, sweetpea! But you do NOT want to eat anything that I've baked/fried/burned/beat into submission. hope you feel better soon! XOXOXOXO
Eva, I'm soooo sorry. I know how much it hurts when skin and bones meets concrete. Hope you feel better soon.And yes, from what I've heard, you're right; re-entry is the absolute hardest. That's why we are avoiding it at all costs.
Oh my, babe. Take care of your noggin! Hope you feel better soon. I like this casserole, especially cuz the words "drunk" and "cheesy" are in the title:Drunken Cheesy Breadbutter for casserole dishSome old, stale bread (baguettes work great)1/2 onionlittle bit of fake ham (opt)3/4 cup white winesalt/pepper/chili flakes/garlic1 1/2 cups of melty cheese (gruyere is yummy)Heat oven to 400. Butter dish and lay bread around. Scatter onion and non-meat over top. Pour wine over the whole thing and sprinkle with spice. Cover everything with cheese. Bake until cheese is melted and brown (about 20 mins). Eat out of dish with spoon while drinking the rest of the wine.Hugs,rach
Eva! I've caught the casserole bug. i just made that drunken cheesy mess! i added truffle oil on top after i took it out of the oven. AH-MAZING.
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