So my wife and I are going back and forth on recipes for our Easter party, trying to figure out the best way to feed a crowd of friends and family without needing to take out a second mortgage to pay for it. It’s hard to cook for a lot of people!
…or so I hear… I can’t cook, personally, but it sure looks hard!
So I suddenly realized that I am literally surrounded by house parents who have to feed a small army every night. Who better to provide recipes for a group? I emailed TBCH cottages across the state, and recipes have been pouring in! I thought about hoarding them all for myself, so that the Wetherington household suddenly became THE culinary hotspot for the greater Nashville area. But then I thought, since I’m the “Communications Coordinator,” I should probably communicate these great recipes with everyone else! Here’s our first one, a delicious-sounding vegetable casserole. It came without a name, so I’ll give it one:
The Woodmont Cottage Zesty Italian Vegetable Casserole
red onion, zuchinni, yellow squash, tomatoes, potatoes, italian seasoning, feta cheese, shredded mozzarella, and olive oil.
1) Layer slices of red onion, zuchinni, yellow squash, tomatoes, and potatoes in your casserole dish. Sprinkle olive oil over each layer.
2) Sprinkle salt, pepper, italian seasoning and feta cheese throughout
3) Top final layer with shredded mozzarella and bake at 350° for about 40 minutes, or until veggies are tender.
You can adjust the amount of veggies and cheese for the number of servings needed. For a large crowd, use two casserole dishes.
And that’s it! Easy-peasy. I’ll be updating the blog with more recipes tomorrow!