Having company on Sunday while trimming the tree. Need good casserole or something that is pretty much a full meal in itself that won't require much watching. Any good stuff? No legumes.
Thx
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OK. Take your pick.

Asian chicken casserole
baked three-bean casserole with crispy bacon
cheesy zucchini casserole
creamy shrimp casserole with buttery crumbs
chipotle chicken and bell pepper casserole
spicy tofu casserole with pork
squash, pepper and polenta casserole
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Asian chicken casserole
baked three-bean casserole with crispy bacon
cheesy zucchini casserole
creamy shrimp casserole with buttery crumbs
chipotle chicken and bell pepper casserole
spicy tofu casserole with pork
squash, pepper and polenta casserole



All these sound like prison meals. Maverick, are you posting from inside the walls?
or
- a gulasch
- a szegadiner gulasch
- ankara-casserole (ankara pilic tavasi) chicken
- paella valencienna
- lasagne
- canelloni
- mussaka
- filled pell pepers (ground meat and rice)
- duck papricaz


just to give some more options

maverik,

youre options were well thought for this purpose!

a litle story:
a teacher put a chair on top of this table and gave his students the commission to write a text, at witch the have to make convice him that the chair on top of the table wasn't existing.
one stundent wrote two words and gave it to the teacher, ge got a perfect rating!

he wrote: witch chair? Wink
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Need good casserole or something


Good luck, I've never tasted one.

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Originally posted by Dixie:
Need something that is pretty much a full meal in itself


48oz Bone-in Ribeye. Now that's what I'm talking about.
and gruyere is coming from over here

it's like making italian tiramisu with canadian marple syrup, or scottish whisky Wink

but the aparagus... sounds good Smile
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Originally posted by mitchie:
BD,

Canadian Bacon and Gruyere gratin???
Have you ever had this? It sounds like it might be just a little greasy.
I have made this several times. It has potatoes in it too but it is greasy when it comes out of the oven. I just spoon out the grease or use a napkin to absorb some of it. It is very good.
Why don't you post some more of those great car/blender/blanching flour/cheddar cheese on salmon recipes? Actually, better not. You're complaining about your lack of male companionship. We don't want to scare any prospective suitors away, though they may be attracted to your desparation. Smile
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Originally posted by AES:
What about a very simple homemade macaroni & cheese???
We are making a macaroni and cheese casserole tonight for dinner...we used fontina, a little bit of parmesean, and gruyere.
I'm a big fan of Cassoulet. I wait for it to get cold every winter to make this dish. It just isn't the same when it's warm out.
Cassoulet is Cassoulet, whether its hot or cold. I remember I had one once and it was 90F in the shade. Excellent with a glass of rich Cab and a side of fries.
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Originally posted by just a skosh:
Yet another thread confirms I wouldn't want to meet either of you in a dark alley. Wink


Board-O and Bella together in a dark alley??

Eek

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