Literally years ago, I asked my sister for the corn casserole that she makes nearly every time I come home. Instead of scanning it and sending it to me, like a normal person, she took a picture of the recipe with her phone and emailed it to me.
The best part about this, though, is that she wrote down the recipe, then took the photo and sent it. And the recipe was a little loosey goosey on the details:
Who's ever heard of a CAN of sour cream?! Anyway, I revised this and made my own (more exact) recipe.
Jalapeno Corn Casserole
2 stick of butter, room temperature
16 oz sour cream
2 boxes Jif Corn Muffin Mix
2 cans sweet corn
2 cans cream style corn
1/2 cup diced jalapenos
Mix the ingredients together, then pour in a 9x13 baker and bake at 350 for approximately 60 minutes, or until brown and set. (My recipe is bigger than the original, and obviously packs a bit more of a punch).
I'm currently immersed in The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, and anxiously awaiting the release of the movie. I'm already bracing myself for the fact that the movie will be a let-down compared to the book, primarily for two reasons: (1) the actress they chose to play Liesel has blue eyes and the author is VERY careful to point out that she has brown eyes (not insignificant in a book about WWII); and (2) the book is narrated by death, which is effective and startling in a way that I wasn't expecting to enjoy, but that I'm afraid will come off as cheesy in the movie. I guess we'll see!
I am, literally, wearing these jammies as I type:
via Hanna Andersson
These were a must have in my wardrobe for two reasons. First, they look like prison stripes (the bottoms are also black and gray striped) which is hilarious in my family for a couple of reasons that I won't discuss here. Second, the H and I walked down the aisle after we were married to the Imperial March from Star Wars. We are dorks, and my dork status is even more solidified now that I own Darth Vader prison jams. Expect a pic on instagram of me rocking these sometime soon.