Stuffed Cabbage Casserole



Stuffed Cabbage Casserole
  
1 large onion, chopped

2 lb.lean ground beef

1/2 cup brown rice (cooked)

1 large head cabbage, chopped

2 cups tomato soup

1/4 cup vinegar

1/8 cup Splenda (or less)

mozzarella cheese, if desired   

Brown the meat and drain any fat. Add salt, pepper, onion, and rice. Spray a 13 x 9 dish with Pam. Spread half of the cabbage in the dish. Top with meat mixture. Spread the remaining cabbage over the meat and flatten. Mix soup, vinegar and Splenda and 3/4 cup of water. Pour over casserole. Cover with foil and bake 1 and 1/2 hours @ 350 degrees. If desired, remove foil and  top with mozzarella cheese for the last 15 minutes. Serves eight.
  
This is an old W.W. recipe. It is also acceptable for Southbeach - phase 2.
Not on a diet? You can use sugar in place of the Splenda.


This is really tasty, and no cabbage leaves to roll!

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My Garden Lady

Some have a scarecrow in their garden...I prefer my garden lady!
Here's where I got the idea. A local farm always has a Mr. and Mrs Scarecrow that they dress differently every summer. Each year, I wait to see how they will be dressed for the new season...
So back in 2012, I decided to make myself a garden Lady!
Jack made me a cross shape with a 2x4 to go in the ground and a thin lightweight board to form a "T" at the top. I made the face out of a styro foam disc covered with spanish moss.

I secured the moss with floral wire and left the ends long enough to go around the wood stake. I bought a straw hat for $1.25 and wired on some flowers from my craft stash. Her dress was made from a $2.00 shower curtain from the thrift store.


















By the end of summer, the Blue jays had taken string, 

The squirrels had eaten her hat and destroyed her dress!lol
but I wasn't giving up.
The next year...

This was her ensemble! She lasted nearly all summer before the deer ate her hat!


The last two years, this has been her outfit. Other than some fading, the hat and dress have survived!!


But I think a bird is building a nest in her face!!!


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Lone Fisher (woman)



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Mrs. Klein's Baked Beans

Several years ago when we lived in upstate New York, the church we were attending created a member cookbook. You've heard me say before that I just love those recipes... common ingredients that I can pronounce!
 Well, my mom was so pleased when the cookbook included her baked bean recipe!

Mrs. Klein's Baked Beans

1 small onion, chopped
3 slices bacon
2 large cans of pork and beans
2 Tablespoons molasses
3 Tablespoons ketchup
2 Tablespoons brown sugar
1 teaspoon dry mustard

Directions:
Fry together onion and bacon. Drain and crumble the bacon. Add the remaining ingredients to the onion - bacon mixture. Cook slowly until done.

Note:
I've made these in the crock pot too!

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