Grandma's Potato Rolls. Aunt Susie's Pumpkin Pie. And Hannah's Green Bean Casserole. Thanksgiving is a time for family, as well as a celebration of culinary history. What memories do you have from around the table? What recipes have been passed down for generations? Share your Thanksgiving story — and your recipe!
As long as I can remember, my family has enjoyed changing up typical recipes to make them even tastier.
At Thanksgiving, many of our most important dishes are passed down through the family.
I remember my grandmother made a sage and thyme dressing in the turkey and also put it in a separate baking pan..
Chocolate Peanut Butter BallsIngredients:2 boxes powdered sugar2 cups chunky peanut butter4 sticks melted butter2 cups fine 2 cups chopped pecans2 cups graham cracker crumbs1 block melted wax12 oz.
Whenever I think of Thanksgiving, I can't help but think of my Grandmother's potato rolls. My mother always says they remind her of baby bottoms.
At our house, Thanksgiving means the start of a whole month's worth of goodies.