NOTES FROM ONE CRAZY LIFE OF JUGGLING WHACKADOO FAMILY STUFF WHILE WRITING, EDITING, CRAFTING, WRITING POETRY, DABBLING IN ART, AND REVISING. OH, AND PUBLISHING ROSE & THORN JOURNAL. FOOLISHNESS AND MAYHEM IS SURE TO ENSUE.
WE'LL SHARE SOME LAUGHS AND FOOD FOR THOUGHT, THEN DISH UP SOMETHING YUMMY FROM THE KITCHEN.
LAISSEZ LES BON TEMPS ROULLER!
GUMBO WRITER (ANGIE LEDBETTER)
I love this recipe. It's easy, you can substitute lots of ingredients for what you have on hand (I've prepared it with every conceivable combo, and it's all good), is great anytime of day or night, feeds a big group, and isn't real hard on the budget. It's a great main dish to make a day ahead, and pull out the next morning to bake; especially if you've got guests and don't want to spend all your time in the kitchen.
My veggytinarianistical friends might enjoy substituting asparagus and mushrooms for the meat.
Since this is what was served up for Sunday's brunch, and in honor of my 101st consecutive post, I'm passing it along to you. Enjoy!
Easy Delicious Breakfast Casserole
8 large eggs
1 cup milk (or Low Fat, or 2%, 1/2 & 1/2, etc.)
4 English muffins (or French bread, biscuits, biscuit mix, croissants)
3 cups mixed shredded cheese
Butter or olive oil (or some of both)
1 link andouille sausage (or breakfast sausage, bacon, Canadian bacon,