Happy Thanksgiving 2021

Links to recipes for dishes from past Thanksgivings.

Photo by ASHISH SHARMA on Pexels.com

Squash Casserole

Texas Corn Bread

Your Grandmother’s Dressing (this is the real deal)

20 Sweet Potato Recipes – The First Mess

Guacamole – Asian Inspired

Zucchini, Corn & Red Pepper

Whole Wheat Banana Muffins (updated)

Whole Wheat Pumpkin Pancakes

White Chicken Chili (for the leftover turkey)

One Rotisserire Chicken, 50 Meals – #3 Sour Cream Chicken Enchillada Casserole (another recipe for leftover turkey)


The original Pecan Pie recipe because the source is Mom (Grandma Bev).

Yes, the pumpkin pie recipe is on the back of a can of pumpkin.

7 Replies to “Happy Thanksgiving 2021”

  1. That recipe card looks well used. And I read the recipe for the pumpkin pie. I found it’s actually not too unhealthy. No added lard. Just the fat that is in the piecrust and the evaporated milk. And not that much sugar considering you’re making an entire pie with that amount.

    I went vegan this year.

      1. I’m definitely in omnivore too. But the place I get my Thanksgiving meal every year has a vegan option that I like much better than turkey. It is some sort of walnut loaf that is absolutely delicious.

      2. I enjoy a good veggie loaf every now and then too. But I have way too many traditionalists in my extended family to serve a walnut loaf on Thanksgiving.

      3. It’s just me, Eli the golden retriever, and Lily the calico cat. They are carnivores, so they are getting white meat turkey. New profile picture?

      4. Yes. The photo was taken a few weeks ago in Lake Conroe TX at our niece’s wedding. The Boss and I are rarely dressed up so this picture is a keeper. Our niece and her husband are stopping over for T-Day and will continue their trek on Friday to have T-Day with his family at the grandparent’s place in Wichita KS. Our brother-in-law (not the father of this niece) is also up from TX. So we’ll have five adults and one Aussie today. The dog bowls are already out and I have TREATS.

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