This winter in Central Illinois has certainly been strange to say the least and one for the records – literally. We have had a record small amount of moisture (snow) and if I am not mistaken, February has been one of the warmest since records have been kept. And lots of sickness. Colds, flu, fevers, aches and pain. I was not spared. In fact, I just finished my second round of antibiotics to get rid of a nasty sinus infection that followed an equally nasty bout of asthmatic bronchitis. But for the past week I have had a good kind of fever – Spring Fever!! Last Saturday afternoon I worked outside in shorts and a sleeveless top and actually got sunburned! And what was I outside doing? Thinking of flowers of course!
Who doesn’t like an easy to prepare yummy casserole. I came across this recipe from Cooks.com awhile back and it has quickly become my favorite go-to dish. Of course, as I always do, I modified the recipe to fit the needs and taste of my family. It is called a “Breakfast Casserole” but it very appropriate for any meal.
Here is the recipe:
1 package (30 oz.) frozen shredded hash browns
½ cup melted butter
2 cups (a bit more or less according to your taste) shredded Cheddar cheese
1 lb. pork sausage OR you could shredded ham OR a mixture of sausage and ham
1- 1 ½ cups milkRead More »