Wednesday, December 26, 2007

day after Christmas

Wow! Am I stuffed!
The Christmas weekend is finally over! Saturday at Craig's niece's house. Monday at Mom's in Muskegon, and Tuesday at home. Food, food, and more yummy food!
The pic below is our Christmas Dinner. Turkey, White Castle Stuffing, Scalloped Potatoes with Spinach, and Fiesta Scalloped Corn. Craig is a great cook! He made enough so we can have leftovers for Wed. and Thur. since it's back to work, and we work late those two days.

And if you've never had White Castle Stuffing, your in for a treat!
Here's the recipe....
One box(6) White castle hamburgers(thawed)
7 oz.(1/2 bag) of sage and onion cube stuffing.
2 cups diced celery
2 cups diced onions
1 tsp ground thyme
1/2 tsp coarse ground pepper
1 tsp ground sage
1/2 cup chicken broth


Tear hamburgers into pieces-
add the rest and toss to blend
Bake and enjoy! It's Yummy!



And my last Christmas cartoon of the year...




8 comments:

  1. sounds like a lovely holiday!! and the stuffing sounds great too! sarge likes the southern cornbread stuffing and i doubt i could get him off that though!

    smiles, bee

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  2. "white Castle stuffing"?? omg...

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  3. Anonymous2:10 PM

    Your turkey looks better than mine. I should let Craig do mine next year. :)

    *hugs*

    Sis

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  4. The food looks wonderful and it sounds like you had a great time. As for the cartoon, it really says it all. We put all this effort into this event and in a blink of an eye it's over. Oh well on to next year...

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  5. Nice spread. And, I love the cartoon. That was kinda like our house yesterday. Happy Holiday's, Wayne!

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  6. Lemuel8:17 PM

    I was going to ask about that stuffing and now I do not have to! Thanks for sharing it.

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  7. You Yankees do love your White Castles don't you. lol The food looks great! Thanks for sharing the recipe, pics, and that cartoon.:)

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  8. Some of my favorites: turkey, scalloped potatoes, spinach, scalloped corn -- but white castle stuffing? I'm sure I'd love it, it just sounds kinda weird.
    That Craig - damn! What a man!

    love to you both,
    mo

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