Your Perfect Thanksgiving — On Food And Film/ From Sarah Check THIS OUT

While this is an amalgam of previous Thanksgiving posts, I hone every year. I know you have your favorites! We all do. But trust me… add a few of these (the cocktail and the turkey in particular.. and the dips… and, well, you know… ) and you will have the best dinner ever. Hell, just […]…

Pork Belly with German Cabbage — Cooking in Sens

Our experience has been that domesticated pork, no matter in what country we’ve eaten it, manages to maintain some taste of its wild, Eurasian boar origins. The exception seems to be found in American pork, which is tasteless and lately has a spongy quality, like that found in American chickens. Bleah! I don’t know exactly […]…

Cornbread Biscuit Dressing — Can’t Stay Out of the Kitchen — My Meals are on Wheels

I have a fabulous dressing recipe for you, just in time for the holidays. Cornbread Biscuit Dressing is fantastic. It’s made with cornbread made from Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix and biscuits also made from a mix. It tastes heavenly especially if you enjoy stuffings and dressings with your turkey dinner. Cornbread Biscuit Dressing does take……

Green Bean Casserole –

Green Bean Casserole – The green bean casserole was first created in 1955 by the Campbell Soup Company. The original inspiration was to make use of 2 items that most American families always had on hand. Green beans and cream of mushroom soup. Perhaps, it was also to ensure that most American families always had those items on hand. Regardless of the original intent, it’s been a staple dish on supper and special occasion tables all over the country ever since.
Green Bean Casserole

This updated version was shared with me by a very dear friend and fantastic cook, Lynn. Lynn took on the task of updating and re-creating this classic dish to her taste. I’m so glad she did, I love her take on this casserole, and I’m delighted she allowed me to pass on her creation to all of you. Thanks Lynn, it’s a keeper in my cookbook!