Nice enough. Our casserole thickened up just fine. My family thought this was nice. They liked it more than I did. They wouldn't complain one whit about having this again, and with its being corn and all, it could easily become comfort food to them. HOWEVER they are not utterly in love with any creamed corn casserole. I typically adore southern cooking, so I couldn't resist trying a southern styled corn pudding. I guess there is still northerner left in me, as I couldn't help comparing this to my grandmother's corn casserole. Sho' nuf, I missed my grandmother's savory corn casserole, stuffed to the gills with butter, eggs and crackers and her best seasonings. I never cared for anyone else's corn casserole (and I'm usually pretty happy with anything related to corn). I'm sure that's just a preference thing on my part, though. Hmmmm, just to see what they think of Grandma's cooking, and because we still have a few extra-large sized cans of creamed corn, I think I'll finally have to break down and make that very calorie laden casserole my grandmother, then mother, made for Thanksgiving every year...., but I'll pass on having it at Thanksgiving, because I'll be saving all my extra splurge calories for turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes and dressing, and then pumpkin pie and chocolaty treats!..... ummmm, I can hardly wait!) -- I better watch out, though. My family might start making Grandma's casserole and I'll have to stop eating it somehow! Yikes!
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Nice enough. Our casserole thickened up just fine. My family thought this was nice. They liked...