It is inevitable, you have turkey and fixings in your refrigerator that you can’t imagine eating the day after. Here are some fantastic recipes to help you change up your Thanksgiving leftovers.
Autumn is my favorite time of year! The air crisp, the leaves crackling underfoot, football, my anniversary, Thanksgiving, and the time when I am most often reminded of Grandma. Grandma was a Belgian vegetable and flower farmer. And though the Spring and Summer months remind me of her flowers, it is the fall that reminds me of her most.
My husband dropped off a big sack full of pecans for cracking Friday morning at a local pecan grove. He shelled them that evening, so I baked his favorite pie, Buttermilk Pecan.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish is very interesting indeed. A list of the Top Ten Authors I’d Love to Have at My Thanksgiving Feast.
Nine thousand pounds of turkey! Six thousand pounds of dressing! Three thousand pumpkin pies! Add green beans, gravy, yams, cranberry sauce, and bread. Throw in 4,000 volunteers and 25,000 guests and you know it’s time to celebrate the largest Thanksgiving Feast in the nation!
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, I wanted to share some of our favorite dishes with you as well as the books that inspired the recipes.
We had our book club party for Juliet at Fralo’s Art of Pizza, an outstanding pizza place located in Leon Springs, Texas. Frank and Lori, the owners of Fralo’s, were kind enough to share some of their pizza making tips with us.
I love reading historical fiction, especially English and particularly Tudor era. I purchased Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel well over a year ago and don’t really know why I hadn’t started it. When I received an invitation from Michelle at The True Book Addict to participate in a Wolf Hall read-a-long, I knew it was time.Tags: Read-a-Long,
I pass this field of giant sunflowers on my way to and from work and couldn’t let this Summer Solstice pass without photographing these beauties.Tags: photography,