New Hampshire Loudon
In the mid-1800s Miles Smith, a mason and farmer, cleared his land, built a house, raised a family, erected time-honored stone walls and pastured pigs, goats and dairy cattle. Today as an enduring reminder of that redoubtable heritage Miles Smith is buried in a cemetery on the land where he toiled. And while it may seem a tad fanciful, Carole Soule and Bruce Dawson, the current owners will, from time to time, visit the old owner’s grave for reflection and inspiration. In any event, Miles Smith still seems to wield considerable influence.
This simple to prepare casserole can be made the day before. If refrigerated, bring to room temperature before baking. Left overs heat up well and are great for breakfast or lunch. Serve with a vibrant green vegetable for the addition of color.