Thursday, July 26, 2012

Rueben Casserole at The Metzger's!

When my parents came to Montana with us in 2007 we really had the time of our lives.

We saw the Badlands in South Dakota, Wall Drug, Mt. Rushmore, Custer State Park, the Needles, Crazy Horse, Devil's Tower, Little Bighorn Battlefield, Glacier National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Beartooth Pass, Grand Teton National Park and probably a few things I have forgotten.

The reason for the whole trip was revival at Sun Valley Church. The revival and the great fellowship with the Metzger's and the rest of the church family really were the highlights of the whole adventure.

As always fellowship with the Boggs family includes food right at the top of the list. Often at meals the topic of conversation is other meals and future meals!

During one of the great meals at the Metzger's we somehow came upon the subject of my Mom's great dishes. That is how she came to introduce the Metzger family to her famous Reuben Casserole.

Just like that a Metzger/Boggs tradition was born!

Monday we gathered along with the Blantons at the Metzger's and carried on the tradition. The Rueben was delicious. In fact, I told Sis. Metzger it might be some of the best I have ever had.

We sure appreciate the Metzger's for their fine hospitality and kindness. I can hardly wait until the next time.


Jessie with Sid.

You want a little pepper with your Mac & Cheese? Oops the lid broke off the container and the rest is history.


  1. Is this "Rueben Casserole" recipe a secret???? Looks Dadlicious!
    If the pepper on the M&C was intentional Brother are a man after my own heart! The more pepper the better!


  2. I'll see if the powers that be will turn loose of that recipe. It is so good! I like to put some horseradish on it too! Yum!

    The pepper was definitely unplanned. I love pepper bro but that was way too much. It was funny though!



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