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So, one day, I was sitting out on my porch swing and I heard this racket and clamoring from my neighbor’s back porch. It sounded like Sally was in a struggle with the dishwasher again. You wouldn’t believe some of the things that girl has gotten herself into. Anyway, I wandered over to Sally’s back porch and asked her if she was alright through the screen door. Sally, said, “I don’t know! My supper is ruined!” Uh, oh, what happened to sally’s supper?
I let myself in and saw Sally sitting at the kitchen table with her head in her hands. The air in her home smelled delicious. “Sally, what happened?,” I asked her. Sally told me that she was trying to make a Mexican lasagna and instead of refried beans she put pureed pumpkin into the mix instead. After I stopped laughing i told Sal we should at least taste her casserole. So we did and Sally’s “mistake” turned out to be amazingly tasty.
Recipe courtesy of Cooking Mamas.
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