I am slowly dribbling, haha, back in to the blogging world again. I know it is already 2011, but how was everyones Christmas holiday? Let me recap mine for you. It was entirely too short. But, the one thing that sticks out in my memory, my son giving me a necklace he bought at his schools "Santa Shop". He bought him by himself, no daddy there trying to persuae him into something, and he was so excited to give it to me. I opene dit up, and it was a silver necklace with a charm on it that said: #1 Mom, with a heart. I literally started to cry! My sweet little 5 year old boy! Ahh, I just wanted to squeeze him! So, I do have some wonderful pictures though from my holiday, would you like to see? Good if you do, too bad if you don't. ;) However, I would like to note that at my grandmother's house we always have a staple dish for the holidays we like to call, Spaghetti & Cheese, and this year it was replaced! gasp! Who are you Hashbrown Casserole?! What did you do with my dear Spaghetti & Cheese?! I will post the recipe and a picture (by picture I mean a picture of my husband standing in the kitchen from 3 turkey days ago, with it just sitting in the background) below if your interested. :)
Spaghetti & Cheese (Parker Family Holiday Tradition)
*this is a go by look recipe, so I will try to be specific.
1 lb. Angel Hair Pasta; cooked and drained
Block cheese; I use extra sharp cheddar, and mild
6-8 eggs; beaten
1-2 cups of whole milk
Add pasta to a greased glass 13x9 baking dish, top with sliced cheese, tuck some into the pasta as well. Mix eggs adn milk together and pour over pasta mixture, salt and pepper to taste, and bake @ 350 for 45 min. YUM.
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