Category Archives: Holidays

Thanksgiving 2017 – Dinner Rolls

To say that my family is quirky is probably generous (just ask my older brother Eric). I won’t go into the gruesome details of the craziness but here’s one weird thing:

Cranberry Sauce

One of the many reasons I look forward to Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce. I love making it and I love eating it. For years I have been on the hunt for a perfect cooked sauce (I have a

Classic Pumpkin Pie

My grandmother used to make a delicious pumpkin chiffon pie. I started making it when I started making Thanksgiving but it was never quite as good my grandma’s pie.  Also, it is a pie

Thanksgiving Stuffing

Thanksgiving has always been an important holiday to me. First because it’s a day to reflect on the scores of reasons we have to be thankful and to acknowledge those we are thankful for.

Buttermilk Biscuits

This is my last November post and my last “we took Thanksgiving on the road” post. Time to put Thanksgiving to rest for 2013. This post is about buttermilk biscuits. My niece Becca made

Potato Latkes

For Chanukah (the eight day festival of light) we Jews and F.O.J.s eat latkes. Some of us think about latkes on and off during the year (especially my mom’s latkes). Some of us can’t wait all

Pumpkin Bundt Cake With Cinnamon Glaze

We took our Thanksgiving on the road this year. Celebrating the holiday and all that we are thankful for with my younger brother and niece and our kids. We rented a house in a pine