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Date Created: 12/20/15
A Custom , Mormon Funeral Service Potatoes Recipe "also called "keep Party taters ," "Christmas taters ," "Potato Casserole" I'm sure many other names -- but the most famous is funeral service Potatoes because it is often offered at funerals as well as Church parties in ut. " Well, here goes.... About a month ago my husband was meeting their cousin, whom he had not seen for some time , for lunch time during work. They met at a nearby restaurant as well as were getting caught up upon all the thrilling things that had happened for them since they had last observed each other, as well as talking about almost all their life breakthroughs since they had last met. Cousin have been doing a lot of traveling while he raced VW Bug's, but i suppose that would be another story, and had experienced the adventure of dining out across america. He am anxious to tell Husband relating to this wonderful new discovery he had made in a restaurant known as Cracker gun barrel. right now mind you, we live in southern California as well as Cracker Barrel's are not super easy to find, if you can find one whatsoever. So, cousin decided to "search engines " the cafe and had all of them "mapped out " all over the united states , so that he wouldn't miss one if he is at that area. He proceeded to tell spouse about this fantastic , mouthwatering, delicious , potato casserole that was the reason for his attraction to the cafe. As cousin , who is a member of the Mormon faith but hasn't attended real church for some time , started to describe this delicious dish. Spouse nearly dropped it ! Cousin was describing the Mormon phenomenon , Funeral taters. Husband, after gaining their composure, proceeded to tell cousin , that it would be a traditional dish that his very own mother ready all the time. Cousin could only respond , "Well, no surprise I loved it so much !" I guess you can inform the "activity " level of a Mormon through their knowledge of their taters. (lighten up people... This particular statement is simply in jest!) Now, for the actual recipe , there are about as many variations to the recipe as there are people who put together it. We , for one, am a "simple" prepare. I like to maintain everything simple...so here may be the simple method to make them: 1 Large tote of freezing shredded hash brown taters (not currently browned, uncooked ) 2 cans of lotion of chicken soup 1 pint of bitter cream 1 small bunch of green onions (only the green part cut truly fine, i simply use scissors !) GOBS of grated parmesan cheese , I use cheddar/jack combination however any is okay. (what is a GOB? Oh regarding 2 big handfuls, however more is nice too.) Mix all elements in a big bowl, plop in a 9x13 pan as well as cook at 350 levels for about ½ hour. Optional: Crushed hammer toe Flakes on the top , or smashed Potato Chips, or Bread particles W/melted butter etc, let the creativity flow. One day while my "Mormon Son" was working , one of their co-workers found the fact that he was a Mormon, and then realized he must have a "Mormon Mom." In sheer delight she exclaimed, "Does your mom help to make those fantastic potatoes?" I guess she must have went to a Mormon Funeral. Anyway , for christmas , I was instructed that I needed to make funeral service Potatoes like a gift for this person. We sent him or her off with a load in a throw away pan, with baking instructions. It was a hit ! When individuals refer to all of us as a "peculiar people", I guess it's all about the taters. vacations Costa Rica
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