Fridays Are For One Question

My wife makes great dressing. She learned the recipe from her mom, and I’ve been eating it for over 10 years. What sets it apart is the dash of red pepper; it gives us a southwestern-y bite. Great stuff.

Maybe you’ve got a dish like that which always appears on your Thanksgiving table. So what is it? That’s today’s question:

“What is one dish you’re more expecting to eat this Thanksgiving?”

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10 Comments

  • My answer is white sweet potato casserole. However, I mainly wanted to comment to say that Jana’s dressing is indeed the best I’ve ever had.

  • Jason Smith says:

    Anything but Stove Top dressing.

  • Nanette says:

    My mom’s broccoli casserole. I actually had thought that she wasn’t going to make it this year and was grumbling about it to someone (who said I could make it myself), but then I stood corrected later when Mom was running down the menu with me. So thankful for a mother who cooks my favorites!

  • Jana says:

    Chris Kinsley, that is the best compliment ever. I know you know good food. We’ve even shared a fine meal at Emeril’s. Thank you!

    Personally, I always look forward to sweet potato casserole and homemade rolls.

  • Kristy says:

    Nanny’s Cherry Coke Salad….can’t be a holiday without that traditional dish! It’s great, its an appetizer, a side dish and dessert all in one!

  • Carrie says:

    Nut pudding–my grandmother’s recipe. (She passed away several years ago.) I refuse to give the recipe out. Hubby’s family always wants it and I tell them that the trick is getting the seasonings right.

    There are no seasonings in it. 🙂

  • dip rippy says:

    I’ll join the sweet potatoe chorus. My wife makes THE BEST!!!! We had it Wednesday at community group. UBER yummy. Also, my mom’s stuffing is so good. Her secret is in the black pepper. I guess it’s a Missouri thing. Oh, and also, she makes some killer spiced pecans and walnuts. There’s a bag waiting for me even as we speak in her kitchen…ok, gotta go…

  • Lorie says:

    I must have my grandmother’s dressing. I love most of the other casseroles, etc., but the dressing is all I really want.

  • Lorie says:

    Oh, and I think the only thing special about it is that she makes it. There’s no secret ingredient or anything like that.

  • Karen says:

    Fresh angel biscuits and chocolate pecan pie 🙂

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