This is such a great recipe for left over turkey or chicken and can be a crowd pleasing appetizer. It is a flavorful luncheon dish, just add a salad and it is a delicious light meal. I always freeze my left over turkey or chicken in 2 to 3 cup bags because most recipes call for that amount. It is really easy to just take that bag out of the freezer, already cooked and chopped ready to go. This is a super easy recipe to put together, just bake and enjoy!
It's here folks, the week of Thanksgiving 2015, I am so excited. Turkey and Dressing one of my favorite meals will be on The Menu this week for sure. We are very busy here at the cottage preparing for all the festivities that will be coming on Thursday and the weekend. It's at holiday times that I am so grateful that I took the time in the fall to organize my pantry and that we will have this lovely menu to follow saving us time and money. All this gives us the opportunity to spend more quality time with our loved ones.
When We Sit At Our Thanksgiving Table
Please Know That I Count Each Of You Among My Many Blessings
I can't believe that we are just one week away from Thanksgiving, the big feast! The cottage is very busy this week getting ready for the big day with friends, family and lots of wonderful food. We will be having a different schedule for our party next week so be sure and read the announcement. I know that you are sharing some fabulous food for the table today and I can't wait to taste it.Lets get the food on the table and party!
When we think of fall and of the many celebrations that we have in the fall, we naturally think of Pumpkin. We have several pumpkin recipes that have become our favorite and wanted to share them with you today. We just love pumpkin and really could enjoy it the year round but we have it as often as we can during the season. I sure hope that you enjoy these recipes.
When I was a very young girl my Grandmother would make biscuits then put them in her wood stove oven. While the biscuits were cooking she would make this heavenly gravy with bits of vegetables and meat. The bonus of all that for me was the hoe cake that she would bake on top of the fire plate of the stove and that was mine, it was so good. Although our biscuits and gravy have changed since that time along with our ovens, I still think of my Grandmother and that special cake when making biscuits, along with all the love that went into them. We love the combination of the Cranberry Biscuits and Sausage Gravy and hope you enjoy the recipe.
We were driving to town the other day and right there by the side of the road was this flock of Wild Turkey's, yes all you hunters out there would have loved it, they were so pretty. It's that time of the year when we see lots of wild life in our area. This week we are planning to have one of our garden vegetables that is still producing. It is really nice to have these wonderful seasonal garden vegetables to include on our menu.