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Sunday, April 13, 2008

Sunday around the table...

Sunday - what kind of memories does that bring to mind . For myself it brings memories of going to Church and Sunday Lunch at my parents and before that my Grandparents. It was a day of rest, fun with my family and just a special day all around. What I loved most was sitting around the table at my parents and eating and visiting with everybody! When we left each other on Sundays after Lunch ,we already were looking forward to the next.
One of my favorite blog spots is the sisters Kari and Kijsa - they have a Sunday Grace every Sunday - a Verse or something inspirational to think about each week. I look forward to reading it every week and was thinking I would like to do something special on Sunday too. So each and every Sunday I will post a special recipe that could be used for your own Sunday lunch. I have several young blog friends and I thought that might help them build their recipe Box.
My Sundays have changed now and my family does not get together every Sunday like before. My brother, sister and myself all work most Sunday afternoons but get together on other days. But just like before it always centers around eating together.
I hope you enjoy the first of many Sundays around the table....

Texas Potatoes
1(32 Oz.) Pkg. frozen shredded potatoes(hash browns)
1(16 oz.) sour cream
2 cans of cream of mushroom soup or one large can
(you can use one cream of mushroom and Cream of chicken instead)
1 bunch of spring onions or one large yellow onion, diced
1 stick of butter, melted
1 small pkg. bacon bits
2 cups shredded cheese
1 cup of cornflakes-sprinkle on top
(you can leave these out)
Mix together and pour into 11x14 glass baking dish
Bake @ 350 degrees for 45 minutes (uncovered)
How can anything this easy be so good?
Eat and Enjoy!

3 comments:

klp said...

those sound excellent!! this is a fabulous idea. keep 'em coming, lord knows i could use a few myself (just ask jay!)!!

Sarah Beth said...

LOVE those potatoes!! Is that the same recipe as funeral potatoes?
Either one is fine by me!

Megan Rose said...

Those potatoes are my favorite! Thanks for the recipe. Oh...all the memories of Sunday lunch!

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