I made it to Birmingham all in one piece; both me and my Cherokee were weary and heavy laden. Though still in transition, at least Ginger and I are in the same place, which is my in-laws’ house. Next week, my parents are coming to Birmingham and we are all going to celebrate Thanksgiving together. With that in mind, I thought I would go back through my recipes and index some I think might be worth looking at as you gather around your table of gratitude.
Here is a turkey recipe that has proven to be a favorite for years now.
I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s start with a couple of soups:
Moving on to breads:
- I learned to make refrigerator rolls from my mother;
- this monkey bread recipe is all about convenience — and it tastes good;
- pineapple cornbread is a twist on a couple of old standards.
Here are a couple of vegetable ideas:
OK, so I need to cook something other than brussels sprouts. Here’s a recipe that combines squash, apples, and onions:
In the tuber department, try these:
And in our miscellaneous department:
I have a few other recipes we are trying out in our Don’t Eat Alone Test Kitchens and I know I haven’t posted any desserts. Stay tuned — more on the way.