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Anyway, so Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching and I've started making a list of what I'm making and the ingredients I might need to look for before then. Things like fresh cranberries and other oddball stuff I wouldn't normally buy. This year though, I think I want to make some new stuff. I don't know why really, but I'm just feeling a little stifled with all of the same ole, same ole. I'm not talking about drastic changes. Just a few dishes.
I have to make my Aunt Terry's broccoli cheese casserole. I have to make Aunt Carol's Fudge Pecan Pie and my Granny's Waldorf Salad, but I might look for a new recipe for sweet potato casserole. Something that in general only *I* eat. I also want to find a good recipe for 7-Up salad for George. he loves the stuff and so far every year that I have tried to make it for him it was runny and disgusting. So if anyone has any foolproof recipes for that let me know. I hate failing when I try to make something he likes lol. Especially since he seldom asks for anything special. Guess, I'll check out my favorite recipe sites and see what they have to offer but I'm open to suggestions if any of you have some to offer.
What about y'all? Are you ready for the holidays or do you feel like it snuck up on you too?