As I’ve mentioned before, I make homemade egg noodles for Thanksgiving, the old-fashioned recipe from scratch. That means eggs and flour mixed, kneaded, rolled out, dried enough to cut into strips and cooked in chicken broth. It’s a tradition passed down from my mother and her mother before. Noodles aren’t the most healthy food choice, but my family loves those noodles. The family cooks also contribute homemade pies, rolls, candied yams, cornbread dressing, cranberry sauce and many other sides to accent the main entree—roasted and smoked turkey. This abundance shared with family and friends is in appreciation of all God’s blessings throughout the year. And, one of his greatest blessings is having family and friends to share those blessings with. Wishing you and yours a happy and blessed Thanksgiving!
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