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Saturday, November 17, 2007



I was *just* talking to my mom last night about a squash casserole like this. I couldn't remember where I put the recipe I used, so thank you for posting it!

The Cranberry Relish sounds really yummy! :)


Thank you for joining in with me today! Your recipes sound delicious! YUM! May you and your family have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving!



That squash casserole sounds good, but do you know we can't get yellow squash here? Is that a southern vegetable? I haven't seen one yellow squash in the three years we've been here!

I make the same sweet potatoes every Thanksgiving and Christmas. My family won't let me forget it! We get to celebrate American Thanksgiving with friends this week, and that's one of the dishes I'm taking.


Everything sounds delicious ... as usual! I'm printing out the squash recipe; I've eaten it (or something similar) but never made one.


Sounds good,but I have one question about the sweet potato casserole.I was reading the recipe to Chris and once I mentioned the pecans he said he wouldn't eat it.Is that a southern tradition to put pecans in the casserole?

Peach pie sounds good.


Susan ~ Not sure about yellow squash only being southern; somehow I wouldn't think so.

Tammy ~ Not sure about pecans only being a southern tradition...I'd think folks like nuts in most areas of the country. However, what Sarah will do with ours is only put nuts on top of one-half of the casserole and leave the other free of nuts for those relatives who don't like them. The sweet potato casserole is more a desserty type of dish.

Thank you to everyone else who commented, too. Glad you could use the squash casserole recipe.

Mrs. U

Thank you for sharing all these wonderful recipes!! They sound delicious!!!

Mrs. U

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