Thanksgiving is a definite cooking holiday around here. We are thankful for so many things and the ability to cook and eat our creations is one of them! Some recipes are not so lucky, so sorry, but there are many available to take their place at our table.
Sometimes we eat at table, sometimes on the run, sometimes outside, on porch, on couch, wherever there is an empty inch or two someone has claimed and is eating their fill. Most times people don't want to be filmed stuffing their faces. ?? Food is sent home
with hopes that the people enjoy the meal.. My grand girls helped, of course and I thought I would share a few of our pictures and recipes we used this year. You didn't think you were going to get away with not seeing my girls today did you? Girls and I made
the Oreo turkeys, what fun, gooey, messy and oh so fun!
The girls had such fun making these little guys, we had to make a few just for tasting purposes you understand.
Foods I've been making for over 30 years and the kids and grand kids just seem to like it year after year. Most old fashioned I've been doing for years with a few upgrades in due to the kind consideration of major food companies making it easier on me. Enjoy
a few of the foods we enjoyed this Thanksgiving. Cornbread, Italian rolls, Pillsbury crescent rolls are a must.
Whole cranberries cooked with orange marmalade and honey is so tasty.
An addition this year is my personal recipe for a tomato jello dish.
Green bean casserole is a must!
No lumps in the creamy, dreamy gravy. Now the star of the show, the brined, baked Turkey!
This was a 17+lb. boy,,,whoooo! Beautiful and tasty.
These carrots were wonderful!
Since Thanksgiving Day was my daughters birthday I let her choose the dessert. Her choice is this chocolate chip pie. Always a winner from the recipe by Hersheys.
I am so thankful for everything life has given me. It hasn't been at all easy getting to this place in my life. I don't know what will happen tomorrow, but I enjoy today and remember with fondness, yesterday. I feel loved. Place card courtesy of my grand