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Oberon holiday gathering 2019

Oberons gather for annual holiday festivities on Dec. 8, 2019 in Howell, MI. Present:
Mara Radzvickas, Rosey Hunter, Linda Theil, Richard Joyrich, Sharon Hunter, and Pam Verilone. Photo: Alisa Theil

by Linda Theil

Oberons extend holiday good wishes to all -- to whit, to whoo, a merry note! (LLL V:2)

1950s-style Winter Casserole

3# ground beef, brown in large skillet; drain excess fat; salt and pepper to taste
1 jumbo Vidalia onion, chopped (about 1-2 cups), saute in same skillet
1# egg noodles, boiled and drained
1# Velveeta Mexican cheese food, chopped into small cubes
2 10-oz cans condensed tomato soup
12-oz jar Heinz chili sauce
1-1/2 cup Panko sauted with 2 tbl. butter (set aside)

Mix all ingredients in three-quart casserole, sprinkle with buttered Panko (or crushed potato chips). Bake 60-minutes at 350-degrees.

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