Who’s making dressing/stuffing for Thanksgiving? My grandma and my mom after that always made the holiday meals. I never helped. I never watched. I didn’t have a clue how to make it. It took me a few years to get my dressing down but the year mom and dad were here for Christmas, dad said my dressing was the best he’d ever had. Talk about make me feel good!
I had once had a secret quilting buddy from New York. Her sister lived not too far from me in KY and one year at Thanksgiving, they came to visit and brought me some of what they call “Yankee Dressing”. It had white bread, sausage and I can’t remember what else. I loved it! I made it a couple of years, though mine wasn’t as good as what they made, but Vince and Chad didn’t like it so I quit making it.
What kind of dressing or stuffing do you make? For us, it will be cornbread dressing . . one dish without celery for Chad; one dish with lots of celery for us. Chad will eat his entire dish in one day and then he’ll eat what’s left of the dish with celery . . and complain about the celery the whole time.
When Chad was probably 2, he ate so much dressing at Thanksgiving at mom’s that we almost had to take him to the hospital with a belly ache. Same thing happened at Christmas. That boy loves cornbread dressing!