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  1. Dana Henderson says:

    Hi Kate,
    I made this recipe, and it is indeed delicious and filling! I noticed that the package of taco seasoning on the ingredient list was not anywhere in the directions. So, I just added it to the meat when I added the onions. Is that where it should be added? I think that is probably where it belongs, but thought I would ask you to be sure.
    I enjoy your blog so much! Thanks,

    1. Thank you for the heads up Dana!! I went back and fixed the instructions. It’s added when you add the corn and tomatoes, but I’m sure adding it to the meat would still add the flavor. I’m glad you enjoyed it and thank you for reading!

  2. Yum! This sounds so good. I want to make some for dinner tonight.

  3. Definitely going to try your Mexican casserole, probably with pepper jack and half the whole/creamed corn mixture in the topping batter (spoon bread!), some beans and salsa added to the meat mixture, and plenty of sour cream, green onions and cilantro to finish, You also inspired me to order the strainer and chopper you recommended — I hate washing my bulky colander and never seem to chop ground beef as finely and evenly as I’d like. Another possible use: I just harvested this season’s concord grapes, which I made into several jugs of shrub mix. I think your chopper would have been very helpful in mashing all those grapes.

    1. Your version sounds delicious Cyndel!! And I think that’s why I love that strainer too. I can just throw it in the dishwasher and don’t have to wash the colander every time!

  4. Nancy Carroll says:

    Oooh, can’t wait to try this!!! Perfect for football season!!! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Thank you, Kate! This sounds delicious and I love having leftovers that I can freeze for later. I’m so glad to have found you and your blog!