This dressing recipe is hearty enough to serve as a main dish.
Many, many years ago, we got to my grandmother's house early enough one Thanksgiving for me to see her make the dressing for our Thanksgiving dinner. I watched and learned. As far as I know, she never wrote it down anywhere and I never had either, until I got ready to write this article. You see, there are quite a few things I make by eyeballing ingredients. Some things I add until the recipe looks right, some things until it tastes right and some things until it smells right. In the case of this dressing recipe, it takes a little of all three. However, since I cannot be there to eyeball your efforts, I've done the best I could in writing this down. This is not your typical, stuff-it-in-a-bird, dressing. This is an eats-like-a-meal …
A turkey can't just sit alone on the table. Here are some recipes for Thanksgiving's most popular side dishes.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
What would a turkey be on Thanksgiving without its faithful side companions? Often more popular than the turkey itself, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and other favorites are staples of the food coma-inducing meal. Of course there are the desserts too. But Miller's Dutch Kitchen or Perkins can get those to you if you order this week. Try one of the recipes below to bring a new taste to your Thanksgiving feast. Roasted Winter Squash Gauge the amount of squash you’ll need by allowing 1 small squash (acorn and butternut are good choices) for every four people. Cut each squash in half lengthwise and remove seeds. Brush sides and inner cavity with olive oil and place flesh-side down on a lightly-oiled baking sheet. Roast for …