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Best Thanksgiving Cornbread Dressing! — 11 Comments

  1. I’m putting mine altogether now to let it sit in frig overnight to bake for our meal on Tuesday! Mmmm, the kitchen smells divine right now!

    • Wonderful! Mine’s all mixed up and sitting in the frig waiting to go into baking dishes tomorrow! I miss you, sistah!

  2. I have to make the cornbread tomorrow for our dressing I plan to cook Thursday am. We are having our dinner at my son and daughter in laws. Going to be a crowd there. We are all bringing something. I have a busy Wednesday planned for baking pies, cookies, etc.

    In my “free” time, I have picked up about 8 – 10 gallons of pecans that I’ve been cracking and shelling. I’ve got about half of them done. I had a couple of friends over last week that got 2 or 3 gallons and then an old school friend and her hubby Saturday and they picked up 30 lbs from one tree. Now the wind is coming up again and they are beating the car and roof up like a hail storm!! Even cracked the back window on the car.

    • And here I thought the Camp had a bumper crop! I finally picked up pecans Sunday afternoon and picked up a half a bushel basket and had to quit. Didn’t get them all, either. Things sound good over your way. I hope you have a blessed and happy Thanksgiving!

          • It’s a variety of zucchini. My mom calls it vine okra. It is a light green with light green stripes and shorter than zucchini. It is shaped similar to an eggplant.

            Since Thanksgiving is over, hope you all had a fantastic time. We had a group of 18 seated at 3 tables set end to end that made 20′ of seating on each side. And there were bowls of food from one end to the other. I ate enough to last for a few days and came home, grabbed my favorite bottle and snuggled up on sofa while I pulled the Tums out of that bottle hoping to settle my over-indulgence! When my husband told our son his mom was on the sofa with a bottle he said “mom doesn’t drink!!”. I could hear him laughing when hubby told him it was a giant bottle of Tums.

            • LOL! Well, that sounds divine, except for the Tums part!! So glad everyone was able to be there. We had a nice time, too. All of my children and their significant others were able to be here. I’m sure Christmas will be different. I’m already looking at some new recipes to try out in the BW kitchen to share in time for the holidays. I know we all have our traditions, but it’s nice to add something new now and then. The cold front finally arrived here today, swept in on high winds, rain, and dropping temperatures. It’s about time!

    • Hi Rayd! I make a double batch for this recipe. You can either make the recipe on the cornmeal box OR buy two boxes of Jiffy Cornbread mix and use that. Does this help you blessed little heart? Merry Christmas!

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