Dressing(stuffing) is my fave! My Mother's Texas/German version...Yummy! Jill
Homemade cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes baked with bourbon, stuffing, turkey, string beans with toasted almonds in that order.
Grandmas cranberry sour cream jello mold.
pumpkin pie, which I've made from scratch using roasted pumpkin for years, because canned pumpkin isn't available overseas.
Turkey is my thing.
German chocolate cake
Oven roasted brussel sprouts with slivered almonds .
German Chocolate cake.
Scalloped oysters (like an oyster stuffing of sorts) and pecan pie.
why don't people like dressing anymore? To me that is a part of thanksgiving
Lam shanks, on any occasion, like any day of the week
Followed by any dessert, except pumpkin pie, I think that must be an squired taste, like vegemite, which I love!
All the above plus a few others!!!
Carbohydrate Servings: 212 WAS LISTED ON THE BOTTOM OF RECIPIE
what does that mean
I have high cholesterol & must be careful
ALL OF THEM!!
Green bean casserole
I hope they have carmalized sweet potatoes, and solid cranberrys ( kind that comes in a can)
homemade cranberry relish!
Sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce!
I make a corn casserole with green chiles that is now my favorite Thanksgiving dish. I don't know why I don't make it any other time. I also cook and mash the white and sweet potatoes together.
Iam so excited Turkey and Dressing and having a good hardy meal with my love ones. Happy Thanksgiving.
I would be happy with a plate of turkey, and a healthy sized piece of sweet potato pie!
wide egg noodles made with the turkey drippings. It has been a family tradition since long before I was born and my kids and grandkids continue the tradition.
Rice -- Uncle ben's with good gravy! Fresh cranberry relish!
As someone who has dealt with an eating disorder my whole life, I can't say there's any food I look forward to eating. I am in recovery, but it's still one day at a time. Thanksgiving dinner only brings up awful memories for me, and I always felt so out of place living in a world where people live to eat.
That being said, the food that feels safest to me would have to be green beans, and I'd love to fix the recipe as presented in your magazine! Maybe it'll help me segue into the Thanksgiving dinner tradition without panic.
Rum (Captain Morgan) and Coke. I get pissy-eyed drunk,obnoxious and tell everyone exactly what I think of them. It only happens once a year and then for the rest of the year I am happy,happy,happy.
i love my home-made fresh cranberry and orange relish. yummy sweet tart flavor, and pecans give it a nice crunch.
I love it all!...Thats why we have "Thanksgiving"-like meals several time s a year.
I'm looking forward to some Turkey Mole; Our family has served Turkey Mole for over 30 years; it reminds me of my mother (past away 4 years ago) because she used to make it. My Sisters Maria and Magdalena have continued with the Turkey Mole tradition. Its sooo good!!!!
I love to add dried "grown in the USA" cherries, dark dark brown sugar, pecans, with a little half and half cream with my oatmeal.
All natural, but you need to watch the portion. Reason for buying cherries grown in he USA. California, and washington. is because I cooked up a bunch of oatmeal with a cheaper inported cherries, set this out overnight. In the morning when I raised the lid of the pan, I had an enormous amount of hatched small little flies. ALL OVER. That made me think what other imported dried fruits, nuts and food are also infested with flies that are dorment until you wake them up. Dont know how they got through the cooking faze. I tried this same thing using USA grown cherries and have never had a problem.
That taught me a big lesson when buying dried fruit...
Green bean casserole! Yum!
Lefsa. I'm from a norweign family and making and eating lefsa for Thanksgiving is a tradition.
Creamed pearl onions, mashed turnips (solo or blended into mashed potatoes) German style creamed spinach garnished with crumbled bacon and hard boiled egg slices then end the meal with hot mince pie. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone and may God bless us all.
butternut squash soup and leftovers!
Green Bean Casserole!!!!
I love the left overs the next day espeicaly fried dressing from the turkey, for breakfast.
I love Cranberries zinfandel! I always make extra so that I can freeze it for nights when I prepare pork chops for dinner, along with a baked yam and fresh steamed asparagus...
Anything cranberry! Cranberry mocktails, cranberry in a gelled salad, cranberry sauce made with fresh chopped berries, and cranberry pie or in a cake. You can add smoked turkey as a side dish.
Cream-braised Brussels sprouts and hot artichoke and garlic dip!
In the South, we make cornbread dressing. It is different from stuffing. It is The Best part of Thanksgivng Dinner!
STUFFING AND SWEET POTATOES
All of the above, I have been without a kitchen since my last holiday, so any home cooked meal will be greatly appreciated! :)
My favourite is cranberry/raspberry jello with a cream cheese topping. And for leftovers, turkey sandwiches with cranberry sauce, cream cheese and sprouts.
I wait all year for the home-made cranberry sauce.
Green bean casserole!!!
Mostly, having all of my children together again is what I'm looking forward to. But food-wise...a special family apple pie recipe that I usually only makle 1-2x/year (Thanksgiving and maybe Christmas). I also make a light custard-style pumpkin pie and chocolate pecan pie. Nobody seems able to decide which is the favorite so they ask for thin slices of each. But the apple pie is my favorite, served warm with vanilla ice cream!
Not just Turkey but Deep Fried Turkey
Southern Cornbread Dressing! (has to have gravy on it)
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