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May 03, 2013

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caroll

How cute that is and how lucky you are to have such a wonderful husband. Thanks for the recipe too. Sounds good and like something my kids would like me to make. Hope you have a great weekend.

Amy

That's a useful little item! I could use something like that every Thanksgiving. I think of that each Thanksgiving and promptly forget. Maybe I will remember now.

Doreen

Will save that recipe....for sure! DH loves bacon and there's enough of it in it to satisfy him! I would put in all the "opt" too. The casserole carrier is too cute and definitely a great hostess gift! I make lots of hot pads and always use a layer of 80/20 batting with the Insulbrite so haven't notices the "crunchiness" you speak of (but I do know what you mean!). They are so much better than the overly stiff store-bought versions! I see nothing out of the ordinary about starting such a project(s) at that hour! Doesn't everyone do that???? I do, most definitely! Great job! Beginning the next quilt now. Cutting the 5" squares of black/white fabrics. It will be the 2nd one I've done with these fabrics. Gave away the 1st one....this one will be for our bed. Have a great "sew-in"! Hugs, D

Jana

You and your hubby are awesome.

Melissa

what the heck! When I was in college I'd come home around 11pm and bake! What a cute little late night project! It is adorable.

Donna

Wonderful! I love the carrier and the casserole sounds so yummy. I do the same thing and make things at the last minute. I am making baby things this weekend :)
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Donna

Lynn

I'm guilty too. I've started projects far too late in the evening that were needed for the next morning. I think I have only actually finished on time one, maybe two, begun under those circumstances. So I'm impressed that you finished and it's correct!

Sounds like a yummy casserole. Similar to one I've made in the past but mine called for sausage instead of bacon. I think I would like the bacon better. I'm not a big fan of sausage, especially for breakfast.

Sherri

Such a fun post...a very familiar scene, too! And thank you for the recipe...sounds delicious!

Thimbleanna

You ARE Loony! Do you know how lucky you are that Papa Pea likes to cook? If I asked my hubby to do that, he would confirm that I was loony. (Which, clearly, I am not, 'cause I wouldn't ask LOL.)

Cute casserole carrier. A friend of mine at work came into my office a few weeks ago to proudly tell me that his wife's design for a casserole carrier had been picked up by Simplicity (I thinkg -- one of the major pattern companies. (Here's her link is you want to see them: http://www.etsy.com/shop/misscongeniality?ref=shop_sugg -- I barely even knew she sewed LOL!)

Lisa Lisa

Your casserole looks delicious! Thanks to Papa Pea for letting you share :) I've been known to make items at the last minute. Some worked out....others didn't. Good job on the casserole carrier!!

Cindy

What a sweet hubby you have! And I am totally in love with this casserole carrier. I will tell you that I am totally impressed you started it at 9:00PM. I would have definitely screwed it up for sure. You are my hero! :)

Maggie Szafranski

YUMMY! I love breakfast casserole! Great job on the carrier! And good going, Papa Pea, for cooking a great treat and complimenting Mama Pea!

Mary

How does one get a husband like that?

Deb

I laughed when I read the part about you not having time to be thoughtful - that's why you don't HAVE time because you ARE so thoughtful! You're always doing things for everyone. What a great breakfast recipe - I'll have to try it. I may make breakfast for our family dinner next week! Nice carrier too - isn't it great to have a stash that allows you to do last minute projects?

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