|Ready to bake|
|Voila!!! Ready to enjoy...|
This is a savory bread stuffing, that helps the chops retain their moistness, making them tender when baked. They’re easy to prepare, they make a great presentation, and most everyone thinks they’re delicious.
I think they’re delicious, even with just a little salt and pepper, nothing more. When cooked, lima beans are soft and mild with a creamy texture on the inside. They have an earthy-like nutty flavor. Plus, they’re healthy for us, containing fiber, protein and many minerals. Perhaps, the folks who dislike them have only experienced the canned, mushy lima beans, found on grocery shelves?
|Photo: Napa Valley Vintage Home|
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Cherry earrings too!
|Grandma & Grandpa - Maude & Goff|
50th Anniversary ~ 1963
By the way, I came across this “Sandwich Personality Test,” what your favorite sandwich says about your personality and love life.
Egg Salad Sandwich
“The afternoon was like the center of the cake that Berenice had baked last Monday, a cake which failed. The old Frankie had been glad the cake had failed, not out of spite, but because she loved these fallen cakes the best. She enjoyed the damp, gummy richness near the center, and did not understand why grown people thought such cakes a failure.”
~ Carson McCuller
The Member of the Wedding