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Well, it’s just about Christmas and everybody is VERY busy. Here is a recipe that you can put in the oven. It’s on page 101 of the Chrisman Sesquicentenial Cookbook and was submitted by Nancy Hodge. (Cookbook still available for $10!)
Breakfast Casserole
32 oz bag shredded hashbrowns
2/3 c melted butter
2 c shredded cheddar cheese
2 c shredded swiss cheese
4 eggs (can use 6)
1 c half & half
Diced ham, cooked crumbled bacon or cooked sausage
Grease 9×13 inch pan. Put hashbrowns in pan and pour butter on top. Bake 425 degrees for 25 minutes. Spread meat and cheeses on top. Scramble eggs with half & half. Pour on top. Bake 350 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes.
For those of you who might need a Christmas movie or two. We have the following available for checkout: Abominable Christmas, Barbie in a Christmas Carol, Barbie in the Nutcracker, The Christmas candle, The Christmas card, The Christmas clause, Christmas Mail, Christmas Story, The Christmas Wife, Elf, Felix the Cat saves Christmas, It’s a Wonderful Life, Fred Claus, A Very Glee Christmas, Going My Way, Jingle all the Way, The Last Straw, Merry Madagascar, Miracle on 34th Street, Mrs. Miracle, The Naughty List, The Night Before Christmas, and more!

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