The Amish Cook, Week of Dec 24: Egg and Bacon Bake

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Wednesday evening and supper is over.  Everyone went their own way, some reading, some writing, and some still down with the flu.  Yes, the flu bug hit us.  So far it has only been son Benjamin and my husband, Joe.  Their symptoms were a high temperature, cough, aches, and chill.  I called the doctor and he said their is not much they can do.  So I am playing nurse and trying to keep their temperatures down and trying to keep them comfortable.  I hope it stays away from the rest of us.  Joe is caught up at work so he is off work until after New Year’s Day.  It was a good thing that he did not have to leave as he woke up with a temperature of 102.  I hope he will be better to enjoy his birthday which is Saturday the 22nd.  This will make him 44 years old already.

Last night we had an easy supper of eggs, toast, and cheese.  Verena fried the eggs and Loretta made the toast so I got out of helping with supper.  We have eggs, eggs, eggs around here.  After the holidays I hope to make noodles with a lot of them.  Elizabeth arrived home safe and sound from their trip to Kentucky.  It is always nice to know when everyone is back home again.  Christmas is coming up fast and I still have not signed any cards. Seems I get later every year in getting them out.  Tomorrow night is the elementary Christmas program at the school.  Joseph, Lovina, and Kevin are excited about it.  Friday will be a 1 /2 day of school.  Sounds like we have some snow and wind expected for tonight.  There might be a possibility that there will be no school Friiday.  I remember one year on our way home from the school Christmas program it snowed alot.  It was hard to find our way home with the fresh snow covered roads in the dark.  The next morning school was cancelled but the children were disappointed because so were their parties.
We were surprised with Christmas caroloers one night.  Was some of the families from our church. They had a team of horses and a hay wagon to take them from one place to the next.  A group of people stood outside on our porch and sang Christmas carols.
This is now Thursday morning and it is raining and very windy.   It is the first morning all week that Benjamin woke up without a fever.  He said he feels lots better.  It is hard to keep him down when he is sick.  He had a 104 temperature one morning and was walking around.  It doesn’t take much of a fever to put me in bed.  I just never could walk around with a high temperature.  Today I want to bake bread and make something for Elizabeth to take something to the factory for the carry in on her line. Didn’t realize I didn’t have too much yeast on hand so make I won’t get to bake as much as I thought.  I will close this column wishing you a blessed Christmas.  Those of you who travel may you arrive back safely.  Also:  get well wishes to all the people with illnesses, may you have a complete and speedy recovery. And last, but not least, let us remember the families in Connecticut during this sorrowful time.  Such a tragedy. May God be with them.
God’s blessings to all.  Meanwhile, try this delicious breakfast recipe.
6 to 8 bacon slices
1 medium onion, sliced
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 /4 cup milk
5 hard-boiled eggs, grated
2  cup sshredded cheese
Fry bacon until crisp. Drain and crumble.  Sautee onion and bacon fat and mix all ingredients and add a dash of pepper.  Pour into a 2 quart casserole and bake at 350 for 25 to 30 minutes.  Good served over toasted bread or English muffins.

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  1. Lovina and Kevin, wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!! I have made various recipes throughout the year and have enjoyed every one!!

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  2. Carol Morris says:

    Merry Christmas to you all! It’s my favorite time of the year. God bless you .

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  3. Will have to try this recipe, so unusual, always looking to try something a little different! Merry Christmas to you and your family and a wonderful New Year.

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  4. Angie Yoder says:

    Lovina, Joe and kids, I would like to wish you a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Many thanks to you all for opening the doors of your home and allowing us all a glimpse of such a loving and wonderful family. May the New Year find you all well, healthy and showered with the blessings of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

    God’s Blessings on you all!
    Angie Yoder

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  5. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family. May you have a happy and healthy 2013.

    In Christian Love,

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  6. A blessed Merry Christmas to you and yours Lovina

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