I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving! I have a lot to be thankful for this year. It's been a great year so far, and I'm looking forward to spending it with family. Once the festivities are over, it's back to work on this story due in December.
How will you be spending the day? Have any traditions? My mom always used to watch the Macy's parade while cooking, and I do love to watch it too. Hubby doesn't, LOL. He'd rather watch football, or things about football. Of course we eat all the usual foods — turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce (and I'm probably forgetting a few things!). The other tradition we seem to have is that I always make the stuffing. I stumbled on a recipe for Cajun sausage stuffing in a magazine a few years ago. And since I made it that first year, which was probably about eight years ago now, I have to make it every year. The family demands it. 🙂
So I gotta get busy cutting up the onions and peppers, frying the sausage, and getting this dish put together. Hope your day is fun-filled and joyful. 🙂
Wishing you a day filled with love and family, delicious food, and football!! 😉
Holiday traditions? Making homemade cinnamon rolls, Amish Friendship bread, a yummy meal for the family (usually on the weekend following Thanksgiving, but we did this yesterday so that #4 could go back to Auburn for the Iron Bowl tomorrow) and going to visit the FIL and family on Thanksgiving day.
I made a green bean casserole for the first time yesterday and absolutely loved it!! That’ll be our new tradition. 😀
Gobble til you wobble!
Sounds great, Kathy!
HAPPY THANKSGIVING, LYNN
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
I watch the Macy’s parade while cooking as well. But like your husband I look forward to the football. It’s not Thanksgiving without football and pumpkin pie. That’s why I make pumpkin pie every year so I know it’s there.
Oh yes, hubby adores pumpkin pie. It’s not Thanksgiving without those things for him either. 🙂