Andybev01 wrote:Yesterday I picked out some new recipes to try for this years pig-out. All side dishes because you can't mess with the bird or the stuffing and there has to be some kind of cranberry dish, even though cranberries are food of Satan and shouldn't be eaten by anyone.
Can you tell I hate cranberries?
I am the cranberry queen. I make my own sauce and bake cranberry-orange bread for Christmas morning, but I'm always afraid I'm going to run out of cranberries. So I buy bag after bag during the holiday season and throw them into the freezer. I have cranberries around all year to cook with. My daughter asked for cranberry-apple bread this fall already, and she got it, because I had some of last year's cranberries still.Mike
, I love tradition, too. I shall probably make the traditional Thanksgiving feast I always do, but my husband (50) was recently told that he is borderline diabetic, so we are having to adjust our diet to deal with that. The holidays are going to be a challenge with that new knowledge.