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When my brother first moved into his very own house after college, he invited everyone over for a dinner. I had to show up for this, because I didn’t even know that he could cook! This I simply had to see for myself. That, and I wanted to share in his excitement on the purchase of his new home. The house was really nice. I was kind of surprised he picked it out all by himself. My brother was never super independent growing up. It seemed as though Mom or Dad always had to help him a long in just about any and every aspect. Going away to school must have helped him learn a thing or two.
For dinner, he put down a casserole covered in some ooey gooey cheese that looked amazing. My first question was where he got a casserole dish,and my second was how he learned how to make one. He told me that he found the recipe online on Group Recipes, and it’s the first one he made.
If there’s one thing I can say about that it’s the next time I’m having a dinner party, he can come over and do the cooking! I guess he paid more attention to mom in the kitchen than what we thought!
Recipe courtesy of Group Recipes. Photo credits go to I Sing In The Kitchen.
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