Postings and Thanksgiving Recipe Collection

Turkeys in my driveway, November 2010


It’s been a long while since I posted — My life has been rather hectic and busy over the last few months.  Hopefully, it will begin to slow down soon.

I haven’t been doing all that much cooking, but subsisting only.  I’ve become fast friends with the cashier at my local town market (Kobackers), where I have been purchasing pre-made vegetable salads, fruit salads, “rotisserie” style chicken, and whatever the daily special was.  And a lot of yogurt.  A lot.

Luckily for me, work & teaching are now allowing me a bit more time, and I really want to get back into cooking, and creating recipes.  I really have missed it this last year. 

This previous weekend, I made a cheesecake, and the act of actually baking really reminded me that I do so love to bake & cook.  My goal for this coming year is write a lot more — with recipes, of course, but more articles and information.

I’ll start this with a refresher on Thanksgiving Recipes.  This is a collection of my favorite recipes here on the site relating to Thanksgiving.  There is a little bit for everyone.

I’ll be making a pumpkin cheesecake this weekend, and will post the recipe (along with a maple pecan glaze recipe that is to die for), next week — just in time for you to test out for your holiday dessert.


A few of my Thanksgiving Recipes as a collection:

Thanksgiving Day

Cranberry Orange Pecan Bread

Grandmas Pumpkin Pie Juice

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds


How To Cook A Thanksgiving Turkey

Sausage & Mushroom Sage Dressing /Stuffing

Simple Baked Cream Corn

Twice Baked Potatoes, with Onion, Peppers and Bacon

Acorn Squash with Cranberry and Apples

Orange Cranberry Sauce, with Cinnamon and Pecans


No Bake Pumpkin Pie, with Pecan Crust

Frozen Cranberry Cream Pie

Maple Pumpkin Fudge

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  2. Christine says:

    I love your blog, glad your back to writing and post it. :o) I will be over for some Pumpkin Cheesecake. YUM!!

  3. Christine says:

    Oh, and the Turkeys…..for sure an omen for Thanksgiving :o)

  4. Krisalyn says:

    That’s a genuinely irmpseisve answer.