Oh no! Our children are growing up and leaving the nest! What will we do?
I’ve heard it several times over the last few years. “What are you going to do when your kids leave home?” My friends are concerned. We are not.
We are keeping plenty busy. Trips in our RV. Golfing. Kayaking. Parish life. Scouting. Service projects. Cooking. And yes, visiting with the kids from time to time. As it is, I don’t have enough time to keep up with my blogging as much as I could.
So don’t you worry. We’ll be just fine. 🙂
Green Bean Casserole
Green bean casserole is a holiday classic. While this is not my favorite way to fix green beans, it is a staple during the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. It goes together in just a few minutes and holds well in the oven.
Lighter Corn Casserole
When I decided to cook a ham for Christmas, I knew I’d have to make some corn also. The family loves corn! I decided to make my “lighter” version of corn casserole. Most recipes for corn casserole call for a good amount of butter, but this is a version without butter.
Dill Rye Bread
The pickle brine might seem like a strange addition to this dill rye bread, but it gives it some additional flavor and is not overpowering at all. So don’t be afraid to try it!