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Lindsey's Biscuit Egg Casserole
Manager's Message
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white-red-presents.jpg Cascade Title hosted its 3rd annual holiday bazaar on Friday, November 15th and had a wonderful turnout, including tons of new vendors, Santa, and our local ukulele enthusiasts spreading some holiday cheer.  Thank you to everyone who shopped, donated, or participated in any way ~ we had a record-breaking year and raised $1,313 with this year's 'Hope for the Holidays' bazaar, benefitting Relay For Life.  We love hosting this event, but it wouldn't come together without your support ~ THANK YOU!!!  See you all at next year's event!!!


Merry Christmas! 




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Lindsey's Biscuit Egg Casserole 


  • 1 can of buttermilk biscuits (8 count)-  (I used open nature biscuits as pictured but have also used Pillsbury Grands Biscuits) 
  • 1 pound of any breakfast sausage roll (browned, drained, and cooled)
  • 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
  • 5 eggs, beaten
  • 2 egg whites
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon black pepper



Preheat oven to 425 F. Crumble and cook sausage in s skillet over medium heat until browned. Drain.


Line bottom of greased 8 x 8 inch baking dish with biscuit dough, firmly pressing perforations to seal.


Sprinkle with sausage and cheese.

Whisk together eggs, milk, salt and pepper in a medium bowl until blended; pour over sausage and cheese.


Bake 30 minutes or until set (A knife should come out clean when inserted in the center). Let stand for 5 minutes before cutting into squares; serve warm. Enjoy!


**To Avoid burning or excessive browning on top of casserole, cover with foil for for half of cooking time (first 15 minutes)**








Cascade Title's Manager Message

Joel Lengyel


It is hard to believe we are now in the last month of the year. Black Friday is behind us and Christmas will be here in the blink of an eye! Time to get ready for family, presents and maybe just a little bit of snow falling on Christmas day with a cup of hot chocolate! I do keep in my heart the real reason for Christmas and my best memories are attending midnight mass with my parents, listening to the beautiful choir music, and a fun breakfast before we were tucked in to dream of Santa arriving! I hope this season blesses each and every one with the love of Christ and the warm touch of memories. Everyone has heard of the 12 days of Christmas, but how about the 24 days before Christmas? Instead of doing an article about business, I thought I might put together have some interesting facts about history to help hurry the days up to St Nick's arrival. Enjoy, and from my family to yours, a very Merry Christmas and here's to a Happy and prosperous New Year!


            December 1st: Who was the first American to win the Nobel Peace Prize way back in 1906?

            December 2nd: The Thirteenth Amendment was adopted in 1865. What did this Amendment prohibit?

            December 3rd: Which state was admitted to the Union in 1818?

             December 4th: What products did Queen Victoria prohibit being exported to America in 1861 during the Civil War?

            December 5th: What famous composer died at the age of 35 in 1791?

            December 6th: Who was sworn in as Vice President following the resignation of Spiro Agnew in 1973?

            December 7th: Which nation's warplanes attacked the United States at Pearl Harbor in 1941?

            December 8th: John Winston Yoko Lennon was shot and killed in what year on this date?

            December 9th: Which state did Noah Webster established its first newspaper in 1793?

            December 10th: The first college basketball game was held in what year?

            December 11th: Which state was admitted to the Union in 1816?

            December 12th: What year did the first motel, The Motel Inn located in San Obispo, California open?

            December 13th: In what year was the first bank in the United States, The Provident Institution for Savings, in Boston organized?

            December 14th: In what city did George Washington die in 1799?

            December 15th: In what year did the movie "Gone with the Wind" premier?

            December 16th: "Variety" magazine was first printed in what year?

            December 17th: Which country recognized our independence in 1777?

             December 18th: Which country was allowed to join the United Nations in 1956?

            December 19th: Which famous American published "Poor Richards Almanac" in 1732?

            December 20th: In what year did the famous Louisiana Purchase take place?

            December 21st: The voting age was constitutionally reduced to this in 1969.

            December 22nd: In what year did the very first Corvette roll off the production line?

            December 23rd: What year was "A Visit From St. Nicholas" (The Night Before Christmas) by Clement C. Moore published in New York?

            December 24th: Which inventor completed his first gasoline engine in 1894?

            Bonus question! December 25th: In what year was the first recorded Christmas celebrated and where?





            I know these were pretty tough questions, but my main focus was to teach some historical facts about this month. I hope you have learned new things and had fun at the same time. Here are the answers.


            December 1st: Theodore Roosevelt

            December 2nd: Slavery

            December 3rd: Illinois

            December 4th: Military goods

            December 5th: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

            December 6th: Gerald Ford

            December 7th: Japan

            December 8th: 1980

            December 9th: New York

            December 10th: 1896

            December 11th: Indiana

            December 12th: 1925

            December 13th: 1816

            December 14th: Mount Vernon

            December 15th: 1939

            December 16th: 1905

            December 17th: France

            December 18th: Japan

            December 19th: Benjamin Franklin

            December 20th: 1803

            December 21st: 18

            December 22nd: 1952

            December 23rd: 1823

            December 24th: Henry Ford

            December 25th: A.D. 336; Rome


Merry Christmas! 



Joel Lengyel


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