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Vintage casseroles that our mothers and grandmothers used to make are near and dear to my heart.
Seriously, folks let’s not allow these casseroles of yesteryear die out. I am a huge fan of the 1950’s era and I love the foods that women would prepare for their families. They were delicious and sometimes extravagant. There isn’t anything extravagant about tuna noodle casserole. I mean, shoot, my Uncle Teddy makes it all of the time and has been making it since I was a little girl. He is more of the cook in the house than my Aunt Doris is. However, I have to stop and give credit for this wonderful recipe to Barbra over at the Bless Us O Lord food blog, too.
Don’t you just love the yummy photo that Barb took? I want to come through my computer screen and gobble it all up. Anyway, enjoy making this very simple, very tasty, and very classic casserole for you and yours.
Recipe and photo courtesy of O Bless Us O Lord.
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Quick Tip: Did you know you can replace the tuna with canned chicken for a chicken casserole?