I’m so happy that summer is ready to get the heck out of here. Those of you that know me, know that summer is not my favorite season. In fact, it’s my least favorite of the four.
If it could just be kind enough to arrive without the heat and humidity, I’d really enjoy it a whole helluva lot more. Humidity is not my friend.
Bad. Bad. Bad. It makes my hair frizz. Frizzy hair is not a good look for me.
Fall, now that is my season. My hair does not frizz in the fall. This makes me happy.
I enjoy cooking and baking so much more in the fall. My kitchen is a little cozier when the oven is heating it up instead of the sweltering heat from outside.
I can barely wait for all the soups, stews and casseroles that are just around the corner.
I saw this recipe is an issue of Taste of Home and I literally couldn’t wait to make it. Luckily the weather wasn’t as hot as it has been over the past few weeks.
Now as you can see from the title…this is nothing to look at. It’s not a pretty looking casserole, but what casserole is really?
I changed it up quite a bit. This is the kind of dish that you can really make your own. It is what my husband would call a “stick to your ribs” kind of meal.
It’s comfort food on a fork. I’ve made it two times in 3 weeks. Think shepherd’s pieish, with a wicked twist. A delicious mix of hamburger, cheese and corn sandwiched in between a layer of crunchy tots. It’s the kind of dish Napoleon Dynamite would give 2 thumbs up too.