Cornbread goes well with this holiday feast. Not only does it make great dressing, but it’s darn tasty all by itself with a little butter.
If you think soup in a jar is a little hokey, how about homemade liqueurs? Nothing hokey about that.
I won’t be cooking a turkey this year. Most likely, I’ll go with a chicken. But for those of you who will be doing a turkey, there are some things you might want to think about.
The easiest to start with is good ol’ fashioned Thousand Island. Chances are, you already have all the ingredients you need right in your fridge.
Here’s a tasty snack that’s easy to make and very healthy.
Do you like mashed potatoes? How about carrots? How about the two of them together?
They are a great fish to learn how to cook seafood.
Compared to the amount of soup created, the sausage turns out to be more of a flavoring and mostly disappears into the soup. This is low in fat, high in fiber and protein.
Sautéed apples make a great treat for pancakes, biscuits, ice cream or shortcake.
If you try to make your own sauce, and it’s very easy, you’ll find it beats the heck out of anything made by a factory and even most small producers.