Once again, I will be hosting Thanksgiving. One day, I'll be brave enough to insist we pot-luck the day, but since I haven't gotten there yet, all of the cooking falls on me. And so begins what I like to refer to as The Anxiety-Riddled Holiday Season. You know what helps stress? Food. In particular, comfort food. And cheese. So it's a good thing my Southern-style Thanksgiving menu is full of casseroles.
Healthy? No. Delicious? Oh, yeah.
Turkey - Because it's Thanksgiving.
Dressing - We're talking cast iron skillet cornbread dressing. Because it's Thanksgiving.
Hashbrown Casserole - Better than Cracker Barrel's. Guaranteed.
Green Bean Casserole - Not the kind with cream of mushroom and fried onions. Trust me, you're going to want this recipe.
Macaroni and Cheese - If you're a fan of cheese, you'll hear angels sing. Not to brag, but lives have changed after eating my mac-n-cheese.
Creamed Corn Casserole - It's just plain good.
Deviled Eggs - Where one or more gather in the South, let there be deviled eggs.
Rolls - Carbs. Need I say more?
Pecan Pie - See deviled eggs. Same reason applies to pecan pie.
Pumpkin Pie - I refuse - REFUSE - to have a Thanksgiving without pumpkin pie. In the past, I have been known to pitch a fit until one appeared. You may say that's ridiculous. I say that's dedication to Thanksgiving.
Peach Cobbler - I have the most ridiculously easy cobbler recipe that has ever existed. Three ingredients, y'all. Stay tuned.
Recipes, complete with pictures, will follow in the coming days. If you're interested in any of the recipes (without pictures) for your own Thanksgiving menu, send me an email and I'll be more than happy to share!