We had a great time with Friends this weekend. We drove about an hour to a town that has a population of 159! Say what? Yes, 159. That’s one hundred fifty-nine people.
They have a restaurant that is famous for it’s pie. The lunch was also good. But best of all getting together with Friends is the whole pie! We went with a couple from The Burg and met up with a couple from Springfield, MO. Now the Friends have more Friends. I love to connect people.
After we left the booming town of Collins, with a population of 159, we took the old highway and enjoyed nature! The wildflowers were in full bloom and I was so caught up in the enjoyment of The Creator that I did not take so many pictures. Not to mention the two turtle crossing the road were left behind (much to their delight I’m sure).
Next stop, Osceola Cheese store! Samples galore of all kinds of cheeses. A must stop if you find yourself in western Missouri.
Without further ado, here are some photos.
yes we are…..
sorry, Native Americans…….
Clinton, MO – a quaint town with MORE than 159 people
Let me tell you how I made them. I replaced the sour cream with plain yogurt and added about an extra 1/2 cup of flour. The dough is sticky, so don’t let that scare you. I also used pre-cooked brown and serve sausages, defrosted.
Brown and Serve Sausages
I cut them into slices and grated some cheddar cheese.
I followed the directions – but after the rolls rested I flattened them a wee bit more with the heal of my hand and then added the sausage and cheese.
Fresh from the oven
After you ate way too many and when they have completely cooled, I wrapped them in bundles of 4 – 6 and froze them. As needed I popped them in the microwave just to warm them through. They are really good!!!!!!!