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Burke’s Sweet Potato Casserole

By John | November 27, 2008

Burke Forney Hill is one of my best friends. She is the wife of another one of my best friends, Curtis
“Skipper” Hill (a.k.a SkipperDbug). Today will be my 23rd year of celebrating Thanksgiving with them. Burke and Skipper are the finest cooks I know, and when it comes to southern cooking, forgetaboutit

I on the other hand, am one of the worst cooks on the planet. However, today I am going to try a little blogging experiment. I am going to make the sweet potato casserole today using Burke’s recipe. I will also try to solicit Burke and Skipper’s honest comments.

Anyways, I hope you all have a wonderful day today, holiday celebration or not. It looks like a fine day to be thankful.

Burke’s Sweet Potato Casserole

Mix up and put in a backing dish (9 x 13 glass dish is best).

For the Topping…

Take a plastic bag and mix in the following ingredients:

Mix all the topping ingredients in a plastic bag so that the butter and other junk mixes in well.

Spread the toppings on top of the sweet potato mixture.

Bake for 25 minutes at 350.

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One Response to “Burke’s Sweet Potato Casserole”

  1. People Over Process » IT Management Podcast #27 - What type of cranberry person are you? Says:
    December 1st, 2008 at 6:42 pm

    [...] check out the sweet potato casserole recipe John mentioned, and, as I mentioned, Royer’s out in Round Top, Texas – damn good food and [...]

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