Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Meal No. 1506: Pipetizer Casserole for Amy's Birthday Dinner
For all that time these good folks spend bringing life and laughter to the house, I offer in return the chance to have a birthday meal with the option to specify the menu, and I try to make it happen.
This past Saturday night, it was time to celebrate the amazing Amy Williamson, but her dinner request was almost too easy to create and I feared it wouldn't be as special as she deserved. She asked for something cheesy and goopy, and that is a demand best filled by baking up the RoHo specialty of Pipetizer Casserole.
Then again, perhaps the dessert that evening made up for the plainness of the well-received casserole. (More about that in tomorrow's blog post.) Below, though, feast your eyes on the cheesy goopy goodness that marked the birthday occasion:
[Feel free to check out the blog post of the first night I made it and the story behind its odd name.]
"Pipetizer Casserole" is an adaptation of "Tailgate Casserole," from The Big Book of Casseroles, by Maryana Vollstedt. San Francisco: Chronicle Books (2000), p. 120.