Sunday, November 8, 2009

Sausage & Potato Casserole

I mentioned this recipe last year on this post. I've made it every fall for 15 years!
Eating this feels like a great big HUG... TOTAL COMFORT...which I really need right now.
{A heartfelt Thank YOU to everyone who left sweet comments for me regarding my Nanny. I didn't expect any comments....it was just a private note to my Nanny.... but you lifted my spirits ...truly. Thank you...all of you. }

If you are lucky, you'll have just enough leftovers for a yummy lunch. It's amazing the next day!
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It's Foodie Friday over at Designs by Gollum.

20 comments:

Kathy said...

Looks delish... I will grab the recipe, xoxo~Kathy @ Sweet Up-North Mornings...

Anncoo said...

My family love potatoes. Would like to try this one day.

love lives in the kitchen said...

i looks delicious and it's already a 15 years tradition isn't it ;)
wish you a sweet monday!
justyna

French Knots said...

Looks very tasty, perfect for a chill autumn evening.

Cathy said...

I love this kind of comfort food, especially on a day like today...cold, rainy, windy, nasty.

Teresa said...

Queen B...you post the best recipes! All of your yummies do look so comforting.
XXOOXX

Sage said...

This sounds really good; comfort food for November.

Catherine said...

I did the pumpkin chip muffins ! very good!!!

Tracy is ... Loving Pretty Things said...

this sounds delish!!!

LOVE your recipes!

xoxo

Lynette said...

Ummmm...this looks so yummy. Definetly gonna try this one! I'm making your choc. chip pumpkins right now as I type this. Can't wait for them to come out of the oven:)

Heather @ Mrs. Southern Bride said...

Looks like a wonderful comfort food!

Charlotte, Cottontails said...

Hello there, lovely to meet you and thank you so much for stopping by and for your lovely comments xx

Glad to hear you are a bunny fan... they are the best!

I love your blog... am fairly new to this (well, have been on the fringes of blogging for a while now but only just getting into it) and think it's such a great idea to have a recipe site.

I'm sorry you didn't win the giveaway which I drew this morning (with Humphrey rabbit's help!) but I have just started a new competition in case you are interested.

Lots of love
Charlotte
xxx

koralee said...

Thank you for your well wishes you left on my blog...I am sorry to hear about your nanny...sending you much love my friend.

Duchess of Tea said...

Hello my darling, how is my favourite blogger, I hope life is treating you marvelously. As you know mine was a bit topsy turvy of late, but is slowly returning to normal. I thank you for checking in on me and for the kind comments you always leave behind, you are a dear friend. I am now off to read the posts I've missed on your blog.

Take care
Love & Hugs
Duchess

Sophie said...

This is one luscious dish! I think that i am going to make it for the next years to come,...

We think of you!

A big cyber hug to you!!

Anita said...

This sounds so yummy! It has all my favorite things in it. I will save this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

SOUNDS FABULOUS!!! And your darling little cooking mate is too!!! Thanks for sharing and have a fabulous FOODIE FRIDAY!

Delicia said...

Wonderful site, I'm adding a button on my new blog. I'm just starting out and really enjoyed your blog today!! YUM :) Take care.

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oohh sweetie...
Looks absolutely delicious. This is one recipe that I am going to try. I could just pick that bowl right up through the photo.

My Daddy has called me "spud" many a times, as I sure do love potatoes. I am a meat and potatoe queen.

Thank you for sharing this warm hug this morning. I can't wait to try it.

Thanks for sharing sweetie. You are in my prayers as you take it one day at a time. It is a very hard road to walk.

Stop by soon. I would so love the company. Country hugs...Sherry

Kristin said...

That sounds amazing. My husband would love it!

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