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February 20, 2019

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Donna

I'm so glad you posted a similar (hopefully!) recipe for the Chicken Noodle Casserole. I scrolled through all of your cooking and entertaining category posts yesterday looking for it. I didn't find it, but I did see some adorable photos of Ozzie as a puppy and had a chuckle reading your post regarding a Christmas cheese cake disaster. But best of all, I found a few recipes that looked good and I've copied them down. As always, thanks for sharing.

Mary Kastner

Thanks for sharing this tale. Always happy to hear I am not the only person having these troubles once in a while. That completely blank look on my face is a dead giveaway! This recipe looks yummy to me!

Mary

Barbara Anne

Thank you for taking the time to find this similar recipe! Hope Jody will chime in to provide the original recipe but I've made note of this one.

Thanks again! Oh, and I didn't mean to put you in the hot seat. No, never!! :)

Hugs!

Taria

The apple pie cake recipe you posted many years ago is one my daughter loves. I often bake it when she visits. Quick, easy and not too big. Great with ice cream.

Jody

The recipe was from thecountrycook.net and is called Country Chicken Noodle Casserole. Only change I make is I parboil and cube some chicken instead of canned chicken. This is very good left over! Recipe above is similar.

Jan

OK...now that we're talking about recipes...the oatmeal cake you mentioned a week or so ago sounded really interesting! Do you have a link for that? The chicken noodle casserole sounds like dinner tonight! 🐔

Hildy

Fun story and I'm glad I'm not the only one forgetting about recipes;-)

ina

lol....When we remodeled our kitchen 12 yrs ago I lost a bunch of favorite recipes. To the life of me, I can't figure out how. ;p I boxed the kitchen all up and moved everything to our patio in boxes. Somehow, recipes disappeared. Oh, well.

Follow America's Test Kitchen on IG. Everyday they offer a free recipe. I have 7 or 8 of their cookbooks and love them. Most recent purchase is Best Mexican Recipes. It is fantastic.

Robby H.

Oh, my! I cook a lot for my church, which is several hundred people. Sometimes folks ask me for recipes right at the event and I ask them to jot down their email and what recipe they want so I don't have to remember. Once in a while, someone comes up to me and says something like, "Oh, I still think about that wonderful chicken you made for the XYZ event a few years ago. Could I get the recipe?" Now, I try, but I'm not a super great record keeper for my volunteer "job" of cooking and sometimes I can't even recall what they are talking about, much less figure out if I've changed the recipe since then. Glad I'm not the only person these things happen to.

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