Growing up in Minnesota and North Dakota means I spent a lot of time in the basements of Lutheran churches eating hot dish. If you are from my area you know a can of cream of chicken soup is part of your survival pack.
It's true, I, D Dennison will be on stage presenting a cooking demo at the Front Range Food Show. When I was first asked, I was instantly nervous, I hadn't even said yes yet, so I hope that you come out and support me.
The standard veggies are fine for Thanksgiving, but it's fun to throw a curve ball in there once in a while. And remember to add the new recipes, don't omit old ones for the new creations, your family will revolt and head for the seas.
I'm not asking you to change your tradition, actually the best way to introduce new items to your menu is to keep the tried and true favorites and just add a new item, but no more than 2 at a time or the pilgrims will get restless. How about Roasted Asparagus?
Before you know it the house will smell of turkey and there will be a sweet potato casserole food fight at a table near you. What do you make for Thanksgiving, all the tried and true recipes? Do you do appetizers?
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