Everyone loves a holiday feast, and sometimes all the attention isn’t reserved for the main dish, such as a turkey, ham or roast.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
When I was a kid (Oh boy, here we go, another trip down Memory Lane!), some of the common holiday treats were candied citrus peels and sugared walnuts or pecans.
Many years ago, I started a family tradition of serving homemade cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning. I make them the day before (or they can be frozen, thawed and heated up).
Every year at this time I share some recipes that call for leftover turkey meat, so here are some more to add to the list.
Dessert comes sooner or later on Thanksgiving, and even though everyone has eaten their fill, there always seems to be room for that dessert.
The turkey is just going to have to move over to make room for the delectable side dishes it shares the table with.
Might as well start planning now for the big day, when friends and family gather at dinner tables to celebrate all the things they are thankful for.