Didja ever read a book that you just did not want to end? I know I mentioned The Help by Kathryn Stockett in my last post, but it is definitely worth mentioning again. It was one of those books--I was not wanting it to be over. Set in the 60s in Jackson, Mississippi, it was an insight into racial relations and the changing world of that time. The twist? It was told (fictionally) by black domestics from their experiences working for white women-- some compassionate, some not so nice. It was a great mirror for those days. If you loved reading Roots and To Kill a Mockingbird, this might just be your cup of tea.
How's about a yummy recipe for tomorrow's breakfast?
Breakfast Pizza: Crumble and brown 1 pound sausage (I like Jimmy Dean's). Drain. On an ungreased 14" pizza pan lay out the wedges from 1 1/2 cans crescent rolls, points toward the center. Press into the bottom of the pan and up the sides. Sprinkle 2 cups thawed shredded hash browns and the sausage over the crust. Top with 2 cups sharp grated cheddar cheese. In a bowl beat 6 or 7 eggs with 1/4 cup milk, S & P, dash of Worcestershire. Pour over sausage/potatoes. Bake @ 375 degress 25 - 30 minutes. Yu--umm!