You’ll love this bacon green bean meal-in-one casserole if you like green bean casserole as a side dish. Green bean casserole is one of those famous side dishes you see on Thanksgiving and Christmas festive meal menus. But this Bacon Green Bean Casserole is more than a side dish. It’s a meal in itself. Bacon goes well with breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and snacks. Keep reading for suggestions on what to eat with bacon – including salads and vegetables.Read More →

Start Christmas Day with a bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast or brunch with biscuits – all in one dish. No frying, no scrambling. Bake it all in a casserole. How do you cook your bacon and eggs? Do you fry your eggs or scramble them? Fry the bacon, grill it, or bake it? Fry or bake biscuits? Of course, it’s common to fry bacon and eggs. But fried biscuits and baked bacon aren’t quite so common. Combine the bacon, eggs, and biscuits in one dish. Use Bisquick like I did in this recipe. So many bacon and egg breakfast options. They’re all good, Christmastime orRead More →

This morning I had eggs, bacon, and grits. It’s a Susannah Mushatt Jones type of breakfast. And since she lived to 116, it must be a good way to start out every day. Do you like grits with butter, salt, and pepper or with sugar? If I’m going to eat a hot cereal, Cream of Wheat and sugar sounds better to me. However, I remember eating rice as cereal (with sugar and milk) when I was little. Then my family moved to the Gulf Coast where people eat rice for just about every meal except breakfast. They serve the rice with gravy. I got usedRead More →

  When I heard that the oldest woman in the world died yesterday, the first thing I wanted to know was what did she eat. It didn’t take long to find out. First I heard it on the radio, then I read in usatoday.com that Susannah Mushatt Jones ate eggs, bacon, and grits. Did that bit of information sink in yet? E-G-G-S! If you’ve followed my blog at any length, you surely know by now that I love eggs. This morning I ate two eggs and a half of a pan pork sausage. It filled me up for hours. I still am amazed at how eggsRead More →