Side Dishes

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“INA, DOES YOUR HUBBY HAVE A BROTHER?” RIGATONI

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This recipe is going to be intentionally vague because you might like the casserole “soupier,” than I do, or you might like more cheese or

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Carolyn Brickhouse’s Green Bean Casserole

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See my Thanksgiving 2022 Blog about Carolyn Brickhouse’s Green Bean Casserole and the slight tweaks I made to her recipe.  My version involves a Bechamel

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MR. POTATO HEAD STUFFED POTATOES

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Who remembers Mr. Potato Head?  My mom used to hand me a big potato and a few pieces of plastic with sharp points, and I

Cauliflower Casserole

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This is a cauliflower au gratin in the strictest sense.  But “cauliflower,” reminded me of “flower power.” Wikipedia says:  Flower power was a slogan used during the late

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Carrot and Broccoli Timbale

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This recipe required several pieces of culinary paraphernalia.  The first is a GOOD sharp vegetable peeler. I strongly recommend the Williams Sonoma peeler.  It is

BROCCOLI AU GRATIN

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So, I included a picture of Ina Garten, one of my favorite cooks, because she has a recipe for Broccoli Au Gratin that is very

CORN PUDDING

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What makes something corny?  In the early 1930’s the word was used in a derogatory way to describe anything that appealed to unsophisticated people like

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