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Corn Casserole, a potluck favorite.

While not particularly well written, these are the stories about folks I have had the pleasure to know and serve, this is the story about Laurie.


S.I.M.P.L.E., great skills and attributes to possess. Also we are grateful. Pretty much everyday we are sincere, hard-working, and love our family. We are also homeowners, voters, frugal and happy. We tend to like the quiet moments of each day, laughing, we make due with what we have, and when possible we  make what we need ourselves.

The building I work in started out as a children's orphanage hospital in 1886.

Later remodeled for senior housing in 1978.

The well established rhododendrons
are always spectacular!
And what might be the reason for all this banter on a Friday evening? Well, to share a bit about us and how we live, which can be fun. Oh and there is Laurie and her Corn Casserole. You see my husband loved it. He is a casserole kind of guy. This could actually be another story about work, because Laurie is one of my tenants.
This wonderful tree is right outside my office window.

Those with gardens letting the neighbor know the radishes are ready. 

We had a tenant luncheon at work on Thursday, a combination BBQ and potluck. The Burgers and Dogs were provided for the tenants and the side dishes came from the tenants. Also there was cake and root beer floats and after the meal, live entertainment. One of the side dishes was this Corn Casserole.

Lots of wonderful food to share, warm the heart and enjoy time with your neighbors.
When I told Laurie that my husband loved her Corn Casserole, she just smiled from ear to ear and then really spilled the beans. She said that the Corn Casserole was one of her "frugal fifty" that she would teach at church. And of course immediately the following words tumbled out of my mouth "please, I want them all!".

One can never have enough of those old time recipes that are easy to put together, can usually be assembled from what you have on hand (even at the end of the month) and they always taste wonderful  You know the old time recipes found on your grandparents table, the ones you looked forward to being served each and every time you went home to visit.....

Laurie's Corn Casserole
adapted from: Laurie!
serves 6-8

1 16oz can whole kernel corn - do not drain
1 16 oz can creamed corn
1 egg
6 soda crackers
salt and pepper to taste if desire

Preheat the oven to 350.

In a large bowl, beat the egg, add salt and pepper if desire. Stir in the cans of corn. Crumble the crackers over the top, stir in to moisten.

Butter a 9 inch square glass pan, turn the corn mixture into the pan. Do not cover.

Bake 45-50 minutes or until top is golden brown, crusty and a knife inserted into the center comes out clean.


Recipe rating:  Oh Yes! (will make again)

As always, thanks for taking a minute to stop and say hello. We appreciate your time and your wonderful comments!

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  1. I enjoyed this post, Melynda. You are right, the Rhododendron are gorgeous. And look at the table of food. I would love to try Laurie's corn.


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