Sunday, December 04, 2011

Casserole vs Hotdish


There is an ongoing debate on Twitter about what this is called:



Some say it's a casserole.

Some say it's a hotdish.

What do YOU call it?


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9 comments:

  1. casserole fo shiz!

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  2. CASSEROLE.
    There is no debate.

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  3. Y'all don't know what yer talkin' about. It is a
    Hot dish. Amen. End of story. Goodbye forever.

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  4. Absolutely a casserole! When my daughter was about 4 I went thorough a casserole phase. I have a whole book full of them. When I finally had enough of casserole dishes, she still called everything a casserole ... I.e. potato soup casserole, eggs casserole, etc :-) (now that I have typed 'casserole' so many times it's kind of lost its meaning and 'hot fish's sounds way better! Lol)

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  5. Haha! ' hot fish's ' you know what I mean ;-) darn auto correct!

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  6. Melissa8:55 AM

    I had never, ever, ever heard of a "hotdish" until Mama M was mentioning it on the twitter. It's always been a casserole to me. Maybe it's a regional thing? (you know, like soda vs. pop etc)

    I've tried posting this comment 3 times but for some reason your blog doesn't like my google account. :(

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  7. Casserole. We're really sorry that Mama M. is so confused. I figure it's the impending pregnancy since she's getting rid of all the baby clothes.

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  8. Bwahahahahahahaha!!!! Hey, when I'm gestating this mythical baby, hot dishes will sound really good.

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  9. It is a casserole served in a hot dish.

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