Cranberry bread in spring? I know. I am a little unconventional, but this bread is so good that it should be enjoyed more often than Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Unlike some families, fresh cranberries and cranberry sauce were never an important, holiday food at our house. My grandma served a canned of cranberry sauce at Christmas one year when I was a kid. I remember trying it–because I thought it was jello. Expecting it to be sweet strawberry jello, I was completely shocked and disgusted. Continue reading
How do you cook your turkey?
A fun tradition in some kindergarten and first grade classes is writing about Thanksgiving dinner. The children write how they obtain and cook their turkey dinner. The answers are varied and usually very humorous.
My daughter wrote that she would find a turkey in someone’s backyard. (On a drive, we saw turkeys wandering around in a neighborhood yard). Another kid said they would get a turkey from a tree. However, most kids wrote that their turkeys came from a store.
Even at a young age, kids disagree about the proper way to cook a turkey. Some take it to a restaurant to be cooked, others cook it in the barbecue. But the most popular method seems to be cooking the turkey in the oven. Most little kids seem to agree that 5-10 minutes is the proper cooking time for a turkey. 🙂 Although, one kid did say he would cook it in the microwave for 5 hours after it cooked in the oven. Continue reading
Wishing everyone a wonderful day today!
We will be visiting a cemetery and remembering those who served and sacrificed, hoping to make the world a better place. My kids love our family tradition of coloring pictures for decorating graves instead of buying flowers. I described it last year in my post, Dairy-Free Memorial Day Waffles.
What traditions do you have on Memorial Day weekend?