Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Cooking America

Are you busy preparing for Thanksgiving dinner? Across America, grocery stores and markets are filled with shoppers buying ingredients for their traditional family foods. Kitchens are starting to sizzle with the sounds and fragrance of one of the most family-oriented American holidays. More people will be traveling to visit family during this yearly holiday than any other. Life has been busy at our house too. In the midst of it all, I've been trying to blog 'three recipes a day' at My Cozy Kitchen. Stop by for a last minute holiday recipe if you'd like. I look forward to seeing you there. And then I'd better get cookin' too. What's cooking in your kitchen?

Photo: Elm Street Antiques


  1. Just wanted to pop on over and wish you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving! I just finished making chex mix - a holiday tradition since I was a kid, the homemade rolls are rising now and the pies will go in the oven soon!
    Many Blessings,

  2. Anonymous3:49 PM

    I made a pumpkin cobbler.It turned out great! I had to test it before tomorrow to make sure it was okay to serve of course!
    happy Thanksgiving! What do vegetarians eat on T-day?!

  3. I can tell you what's supposed to be apple pie and some pumpkin squares. Course I'm visiting blogs instead. ;>

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, LaDonna! I really like that photo of the spice cans btw. Very cozy or something...

  4. Happy Thanksgiving! I am enjoying your recipes! I love your blogs!

  5. Anonymous6:28 AM

    God's blessings to you and yours this Thanksgiving!

  6. Anonymous7:15 PM

    i love to cook too. I am already thinking of Christmas cookies to make soon.


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