. . . you haven't locked it all down yet:
- Holiday Crudités with the best-ever Green Dip
- Wild (or not-so-wild) Mushroom Pate
- Boursin-Style Cheese Spread
- Roasted Cabbage
- Potato-Fennel Gratin
- Parmesan-Rosemary Butternut Gratin
- Caramelized Brussels Sprouts
- Savory Corn Pudding
- Cranberry Upside-Down cake
- Sparkling Cranberry Centerpiece
- My Mom's Cranberry Sauce
I will be posting my little list of holiday ideas (mostly books and games) next week. Have a peaceful, grateful, fun-filled, and nourishing holiday, my darlings. xo
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Catherine!ReplyDelete
This year my assignment is to bring a 'grain-based vegetarian' dish. I've opted for a broccoli-cheese-quinoa casserole I found elsewhere online, but I'd rather have brought a recipe of yours. :)
I hope you have a lovely holiday.
That sounds good thought!Delete
You make me laugh out loud.ReplyDelete
Those are some MAD photoshop skills!ReplyDelete
Love the Crudites and that Boursin-Style Cheese Spread. Thanksgiving staples in these parts.
Enjoy your holiday!
You too, Dale! xoDelete
We make your crudités and dip every year. It's tradition now, and cannot be tampered with.ReplyDelete
I haven't stopped by for a long time, but I wanted to wish you and Ben belated happy birthday. Is he really 16? My Julian turned 15 last week and I'm still seriously emotionally devastated. I love the young man he's growing into, but gosh! I miss my little guy.ReplyDelete
Also, all these recipes are making me so hungry and I'll have no choice but to try a few of them. Thank you!
Yamile! So nice to see your face. Happy birthday to Julian too. xoDelete
Love your website. How do you do all that stuff, and all this other stuff too? I pre-ordered your book, even though hardcover books are so not within our budget. I can't wait to read it.ReplyDelete
"How do you do all that stuff, and all this other stuff too?" really made me laugh.Delete
We will miss being at your table this year :(ReplyDelete
And we will miss you at our table. : (Delete
I always look so forward to your column -- thank you! Question: What kind of liquid and how much of it do you use to make your mom's cranberry sauce? I think that was inadvertently left out of the recipe. Thanks again!ReplyDelete
Happy Thanksgiving! So thankful for your writing.ReplyDelete