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Creating hot and comforting casseroles reminds me of my childhood.
My mom used to make casseroles several times a week when I was a child. We were a family of seven and mom sure could make the food bill stretch when she needed to. Often times, mom would use the leftovers from the night before to craft a delicious casserole the next day. In Michigan, the winters would get bitter cold so it was always nice to come home from school to a hot and hearty casserole. I can recall getting off the school bus and stepping into the house only to be welcomed by mom’s smile and the scent of a piping hot casserole cooking in the oven.
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Quick Tip: Serve freshly baked French bread or rolls with this casserole.