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World’s Best Vegetable Casserole

You won’t even miss the meat! Plus, this casserole is super quick & easy to put together, and there’s no clean up if you use a disposable pan! You’ll need:

1 30 oz package of Ore Ida Crispy Crowns
1 15 oz can of Cream Corn
1 15 oz can of Whole Kernel Corn, drained
1 15 oz can of French Style Green Beans, drained
1 15 oz can of Black Eyed Peas, drained
1 10 oz can of Cream of Chicken Soup
1 sleeve of Saltine Crackers, crushed

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and stir well. (Crushing crackers while still sealed in sleeve will prevent a mess.) Resist the temptation to season it. Not even a pinch of salt! The crackers & cream of chicken soup will season it perfectly.

Pour into 9×13 pan. Bake for 45 minutes and serve hot.

And that’s all there is to this casserole!

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The Gaping Cavernous Cavern

In our house, we have a gaping cavernous cavern that leads down to a huge never-ending pit. The cavern is slimy and squishy, and PINK.

The cavern has been known to open around food.

Like this:

And this:

And this is what happens to the cavern when the chocolate pudding is all gone.

The nerve of that pudding!

And then, because the cavern is so violent after the pudding is gone, the Mommy brings out ice cream.

Do you have any caverns at your house?

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Because We Have 2 Computers Now

Hey people,

Did you know that when you add a 2nd computer to a household, MaddieLynn can sneak posts onto Hermomconnie’s blog while Hermomconnie is occupied with the other computer?

Not that she would ever do that, but isn’t it a neat fact?

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For All You Health Nuts

Since I posted my chocolate cookie recipe and since it is obviously not for health nuts, I decided to invent a recipe that is.

Whole Wheat Almond Cookies

2 sticks of Imperial (margarine)
2 eggs
1 tsp. vanilla
2/3 cup white granulated sugar
1 cup powdered sugar
3 cups flour
1/2 tsp.
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. baking powder
1 cup chopped almonds

Beat together margarine, eggs, vanilla and granulated sugar. Add powdered sugar and beat until fluffy. Stir in flour, salt, baking powder and baking soda. Add almonds. Bake on greased cookie sheets at 350 for 12-15 minutes.

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Alert!! Alarm!! Alert and Alarm!!

Alert all chocolate lovers! A dangerously chocolatey cookie recipe has been exposed! Hurry and write it down before it is discovered by the health food nuts!

Dangerously Chocolate Cookies

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Quotes from a 2 year old

Here are some recent quotes from the 2 year old.

We were teaching her this little song:

God made the big round sun (make a circle over head with arms),
God made the tall, tall trees (wave arms over head),
God made the birds that fly (flap arms around),
And God made ME!

She didn’t quite get it though…

A few minutes later I overheard her singing this:

“God made me the big round sun,
God made the big round sun be me,
The big round sun is meee-eee-eee,
The big round sun is ME!!!”

While she was singing this, she was coloring a picture, which she showed to Mymomconnie, saying, “Look at my dinner-bread house!”

A few days ago, when Mymomconnie told her to go to her bed, she defiantly said, “No!”

That is, until Mymomconnie took a step toward her, and then she said, “I’m going to bed, Mommy, I’m GOING!”

Several months ago, when she was being taken out of church (during a prayer, too!), she cried until she got to the door, when she said, “DON’T FANK ME!!!”

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