Welcome to the Thanksgiving edition to Tasty Tuesday. I will be featuring recipes I cook throughout the year but are asked for on holidays. My mom taught me how to cook at an early age and most recipes have been passed down to me to serve to my family. Have a Thanksgiving full of gratitude and Love.
2 lb yellow squash
1/4 to 1/2 lb (8 slices) American cheese, cut into cubes
4 Tbsp. butter
2 eggs, slightly beaten
4 slices white bread, torn into small pieces
salt to taste
Cook cut up squash in salted water 10 minutes (or til tender); drain. Mash with fork slightly; add cheese quickly to melt it. Add butter; add bread. Fold in eggs. Turn into a greased casserole dish. Bake 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
What dishes do you prepare for Thanksgiving?
In His Love, Crisi
I do like to cook, but time is an issue. I find myself making things that are quick and easy.
I haven’t hosted Thanksgiving in years. My place is too small now to host. I typically bring a vegetable dish or an appetizer to where we celebrate. Depends on what the hostess wants. 🙂
There is a broccoli dish in our family that is not healthy, but we like it. Someone usually makes that.
I’m getting hungry thinking about Thanksgiving!
Most of the time quick and easy is what I do as well. Unfortunately the recipes for side dishes that have been passed down for holiday meals are not very quick but the prep time is not very long. Thank you for stopping by.