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T-day dinner: new recipes or same-old-same?

by accidentaltourist on November 12, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I always think I want to try something new and different...but when the day comes, I make the same stuffing my mother did, the same three kinds of pies, the same sweet potatoes with marshmallows, the same sweet breads and brown-n-serve rolls. I have tried substituting new items, one at a time...doesn't fly. And the one year we didn't have banana bread? You would have thought the world had ended. My kids still aren't over it.

How about you?

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