For our Thanksgiving’s main star of the feast, I decided to use a dry-rub to season the turkey with. I went through my dried herbs basked and concocted my own cajun seasoning just like when I made the cajun fried chicken and cajun beef fajitas and tacos...
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I wasn’t really sure if I was going to make Zucchini & Yellow Squash Au Gratin as one of the side dishes in our Thanksgiving feast yesterday. I thought it about weeks before but wasn’t firm about it and just told myself to decide on the day itself, depending on the time and my mood. Well, I decided to make it and good thing I did...
I am sooooo full. But then again, all of us say that every year after stuffing ourselves with yummy dishes from Thanksgiving. I decided to wear a dress this year though so that helped a lot in breathing, haha. So this year, I made:
- Cajun seasoned roast turkey
- cornbread casserole
- zucchini & yellow squash au gratin
- mashed potatoes with cream cheese
- sweet potato bread
- green beans casserole
- pumpkin ...
I made these sliders for our 4th of July feast. They’re just like burgers but in smaller sizes that are just too cute to eat. Well, of course we ate them but they’re just cute as buttons I couldn’t help but admire my masterpiece, before I devoured one after another, and another.
In a bowl, combi...Read More
Our Christmas Day meal for 2010 consisted of cinnamon rolls for breakfast, leftover spaghetti for lunch, and a feast of glazed ham, green beans casserole, fried rice, and creamy mashed red potatoes for dinner. Plus apple pie for dessert. I didn’t make Irish soda bread like in the previous years coz my brother-in-law and his family couldn’t make it to dinner due to the weather...Read More
One of the vegetable side dishes I made for our Thanksgiving Day dinner was this broccoli w/ crispy bacon and toasted chips. It’s not that complicated to make. It’s actually a good side dish on any given day. You can opt not to add bacon if you want to but since it was Thanksgiving, I decided to add ‘em.
3-4 heads of broccoli (separate the florets, peel the stalks and slice diagonal...
Let me show you what my family devoured last night for our Thanksgiving Day feast. Of course, we didn’t eat all of them, just FYI. We’ve got leftovers to last us for a few days. I’m going to be cranking up leftover recipes tomorrow to use up the turkey. I’d probably make some turkey fried rice along the way.
MENU: Herb With Saffron Roast Turkey, Cornbread Casserole, Broccoli with crispy bacon an...Read More
I realized after doing my Thanksgiving Day dinner grocery shopping today that thanks to my Food Lion MVP Card, I would be cooking up a Thanksgiving Day Feast for under $100. This dinner would be for 2 adults and 2 children but could easily feed 6 adults.
The MVP card gave AWESOME deals in everything I need to make the Turkey, 6 different sides, and desserts...Read More
If you need help in your Thanksgiving Menu, here’s a list of recipes I’ve compiled from my own Thanksgiving dinner that you might want to check out.Read More