Stop wondering about what should be on your thanksgiving dinner menu.
For this years Thanksgiving Holiday, my suggestion is to stick to the basics and serve a traditional thanksgiving dinner consisting of a main course, side dishes and desserts.
You can't go wrong if you stick to tradition a serve long time favorites like as roasted turkey, baked ham, mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, cornbread dressing, cranberry sauce, macaroni and cheese, collard greens, candid yams, pumpkin pie, sweet potato pie and red velvet cake.
Oh, my mouth is water just from reading that list of foods. As a read through the list memories are flashing through my mind bring forth a mix of emotions of years past. I can still remember all the ladies of my family gathered around in the kitchen each preparing their signature recipe that would be showcased during the holiday meal.
Back then they all put some much time, effort, and love into preparing their dishes. You can do the same this year for you family. I'm sure they will really appreciate you when the take the first bit of food.
Below you will find a complete listing of the Thanksgiving Recipes that I recommend you cook this Thanksgiving Holiday.
Oh by the way, I served this same thanksgiving menu many years ago and the results are still being talked about by my family members.
Like yesterday, I can vividly remember the adults fighting over the last piece of honey baked ham. The kids kept begging for more dessert until the sweet potato pie and red velvet cake was completely eaten.
You will enjoy this Thanksgiving dinner menu for many years to come.
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