This is Connie’s recipe – add or remove according to your taste – eating a steady diet of this delicious dish will certainly add to heart stress!
2 lb. bag shredded hash browns, thawed
1/2 c. melted butter
1 can cream of chicken soup
2 c. sour cream, (don’t use non fat). Of course!
2 c. shredded cheese – I use Colby/Jack and any other small bits in the frig
2 T. minced onion
1 t. salt
Mix all together.
Press into 9 x 13 pan.
2 c. crushed potato chips
1/4 c. melted butter
Shredded cheese as desired
Fry 6 strips of bacon till crisp – crumble on top of potatoes
So what do you think? DELICIOUS, right? But healthy? Nope. But a worthy side dish at Thanksgiving!
I’m so glad I mentioned the jewelry tree – here’s another hint. If you already have a tree pattern, use it. You could also cut out a tree and machine stitch to a background – mine is even raw edge applique. We all have jewelry from a relative and nine of us can bear to throw it away.
My friend, Brenda, sent me this jewelry tree – it’s a big wow!
We had to go to the insurance office this morning about Medicare so we stopped at Tom and Becky’s driveway for a quick hello. We turn down that street and Hazel gets excited – how can she possibly know we’re going to see Becky? They do love each other!
More Country Threads Christmas patterns:
Merry Merry Christmas
Winter from the Quilt Shop Series – NOTE! We have 5 single issue patterns available for sale originally published by Martingale – $10.00 each – mail check to Country Threads and be sure to tell me what you’re ordering.
Took this picture in the piano room as I was washing windows – it was just a lovely little tableau.
Love those tiny little salt shakers! Some are cut glass. Tomorrow I’ll show you the backs of the redwork – I now know which were done by hand and which by machine. Thanks for prompting me to investigate further.
No new changes with Jo – I sit by her and talk and pet and one of these times I’ll get a reaction. I’d faint if she licked my hand!
Wow! Two posts and it’s only 3:30 – tonight I sew!