About 6 cups of shredded hashbrown potatoes
8-10oz of sour cream
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
16oz of shredded cheddar cheese
1 cup of milk
Preheat oven to 350. Spray a 9×13 baking pan with non stick spray. Mix hash browns, milk, cream of mushroom, and cheese. Cover. Bake for 50 minutes. Remove cover. Stir in sour cream. Serve 🙂
This is a popular dish we bring to potlucks. I also make it just for fun, sometimes. Makes an easy, inexpensive, and filling side to add to any suppers where potatoes would be good.
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I also meant to say that you looked great in the photo you posted before you went to Poppy’s house. I started to think about clothes and shopping (I hope you don’t mind me raising other topics 😊). I remember you have shown photos of your closet. I know you go thrifting but does this apply to clothes? Where I live there are a number of second hand designer clothes stores, I think you might call them consignment? Lots of people are choosing to buy second hand/pre loved clothes as it’s more sustainable, the quality is good and it helps with caring for the planet (e.g a pair of jeans can be washed tens of times before sale with the dyes damaging local rivers). But whenever I come to the U.S I always buy new as your prices are good and you can find great bargains at places like Nordstrom Rack. Or else I buy online you have a designer outlet site I like – your Rails brand is my current fav!!! I also rarely ever bought second hand kids clothes (maybe high quality baby stuff) as kids tend to wreck their stuff. And new kids clothes are so much cheaper than good quality womens stuff. When I was in Europe a few years ago, my friend did this this thing where a group of women got together with clothes they no longer wore and had a shopping day in the living room. I got some beautiful silk shirts from European designers!!! How do women you know manage buying their clothes? No stress if this is a topic outside of your blog and you don’t want to answer.
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Ya know, I’ve still got clothes I had since high school. So, I am able to hang onto stuff for as long as I still like it. I have my “summer” jeans, that are an inch smaller than my “winter” ones, because I usually gain a little bit over the holidays and winter time. I store summer clothes in bins, during winter, and winter clothes, in summer. I hang onto a lot of things. If I haven’t worn it through an entire season, I’ll donate it. My sister and I are the same size, too. We switch clothes with each other, fairly often. I get the kids clothes at Kohls, most often. Although, I do also like Burlington, Gap kids, and JC Penny. My favorite places are all pretty much located in the “Green Hills Mall”. They’ve got all the things! I might buy a few things, every season, but I really don’t spend a whole lot updating my wardrobe, every year. I like boots and sandals. Specifically, heels and wedged ones. I also have a weakness for jackets. I like to update them. A cute pair of new heels, and a nice blazer or jacket can pair with any old thing and look cute 😊
Your style sounds super classic and timeless. I have a wardrobe full of blazers as well and another one full of coats 😂. Your mall looks great, all the shops and more. Have a great rest of your weekend !!!
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Thank you ❤️
Thanks, sounds so yummy!