Hi everybody! It’s time to share what some of our readers and bloggers had to say for last month’s Monthly Morsel Question What’s your favorite Thanksgiving recipe and Thanksgiving tradition?
See what amazing holiday recipes and traditions they shared, and don’t forget to see our latest Monthly Morsel Question at the bottom we’d love you to join in and share your favorites!
Mama J (Jenni) another contributor for RecipeLion and creator of A Little Bit Crunchy, A Little Rock and Roll blog said:
“Thanksgiving for me is all about the side dishes! This year I’ll be making a new twist to the traditional green bean casserole with this recipe for Roasted Green Beans with Shallots and Garlic.”
Kristy from Mommy Hates Cooking and one of our contributors said:
“My favorite recipe is Pumpkin Cheesecake and Green Bean Casserole. One of my favorite traditions is simply sitting around the dinner table with the entire family together.”
Rich from BnBFinder and also one of our guest posters said:
“What’s my favorite Thanksgiving tradition? That’s simple: EATING! …if you’d like to try something other than pumpkin this year here’s a recipe for Butternut Squash Cheesecake …” see more of this guest post here.
Leigh Anne from Your Home Based Mom said:
“At our house we love to celebrate Thanksgiving my counting our blessings. We do that with candy corn! To read about it check out Candy Corn Blessings. One of my favorite Thanksgiving or holiday recipes is Cranberry Salsa. it is addictive and so pretty too!”
Lisa from Lisa’s Kitchen said:
“You just can’t go wrong with pumpkin desserts. As a vegetarian, I do not eat traditional dishes served for Thanksgiving, but legumes, rice and nice vegetable dishes are a delight anytime of year.”
Emily from Harvard Common Press said:
I’m not even going to try and pretend that I’ve ever cooked a Thanksgiving dinner by myself or any part of it entirely by myself for that matter (though I do set a mean tableâ€¦).
Daisy from Compost Happens said:
“My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is one I’ve made since I was a child: 1-2-3 Cranberry Sauce. 1 cup water, 2 cups sugar, 3 cups cranberries. Boil for at least 20 minutes, stirring often. Add cinnamon to taste.
I brought this recipe home from kindergarten when I was five! My family made it every year, and I’ve continued the tradition.”
Now it’s time to answer the next Monthly Morsel question: What’s your favorite recipe to make for Christmas?
This time of the year is my personal favorite, it bring such warm memories and fun family times. It also brings lots of amazing food and sweet treats. Whether your making up a bunch of edible gifts or planning your holiday menu, we’d love to hear what you have cooking!
Email us your answer or just simply comment on this blog post, and we’ll publish your answers and link to your blog at the end of the month. Got some blogger friends who would like us to link to them too? Ask them to answer the Monthly Morsel question too!
Have a great day!