It’s that time of year again! Time to count your blessings and stuff your face full of turkey. Herb and I are enjoying some time off from work and look forward to seeing our family and eating some yummy food.
It feels much more like winter than fall right now as we got our first snow of the season last night – several beautiful inches of that glorious white stuff! We don’t see a whole lot of snow here in northeast Tennessee, so we always appreciate it when we get more than a dusting.
Today I’ll be making some pecan pie – my great grandmother’s classic recipe that I’ll share in a future post! I’ll also be making our delicious breakfast casserole, because we do brunch with my dad’s side of the family. Dad will be making his signature french toast, of course!
On the menu tomorrow night: dad’s cajun deep fried turkey, honey baked ham, mom’s macaroni and cheese, sweet potato casserole, green beans, dressing, and rolls. Can’t wait!
I hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving. Love your family!