Another sexy football player; productive day for Martin ….

Hi, friends and readers:

Try to imagine walking into your bedroom one evening to find Mr. Thumb-in-My Mouth to the left here, lying on your mattress with that expression on his face. Aye-yi-yi, who could resist pouncing on top of him? 😉

It’s been foggy and overcast all day here today, but the weather didn’t stop me from having a productive day. I got some substantive writing done this morning. Then I took a three-mile walk, here on the island. After lunch, I raided a construction site to collect scarp lumber to burn in my fire pit. Then I came home and worked on edits for 2-1/2 hours.

I also put together a tasty casserole, an old recipe from my maternal grandmother we call “spaghetti casserole”, which is kind of strange because there’s no spaghetti in it, only egg noodles. Anyway, I’m taking it to my friend’s house so we can eat during Super Bowl half-time.

Have a great Sunday, everyone.

2 thoughts on “Another sexy football player; productive day for Martin ….

  1. Without asking you to give an exact recipe, I would love to know the principal components of your spaghetti casserole.

    • Sure, Carl. Saute one pound ground sirloin in a skillet, then add one 15 oz can tomato sauce, one tsp oregano and salt to taste. Mix well and simmer for about 15 minutes. In a pot, boil one 8 oz. package of medium egg noodles, rinse cooked noodles in cold water to keep them from sticking. Chop up a small onion. Mix noodles, chopped onion, one cup sour cream and one cup cottage cheese together. In a glass baking dish, put one-half noodle mixture at the bottom of the dish, then put half the ground beef sauce in as next layer. Do another layer of noddle mixture, then another layer of the ground beef sauce. Bake in oven at 350 degrees F. for 30 minutes. Remove dish from oven and sprinkle the top layer with grated cheddar cheese, about four ounces. Put back in oven until cheese melts (just takes a few minutes), then remove from dish from oven. Serves 4-5 adults. Everyone likes this dish, even children. It goes well with a tossed salad and garlic bread. Give it a try. 🙂

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