[Sca-cooks] Okay, anybody doing anything unusual for Thanksgiving?

Mairi Ceilidh jjterlouw at earthlink.net
Tue Nov 25 13:50:38 PST 2008

Would you be willing to share your recipe for the dumplings that go in the
sauerkraut and sausage dish?  I would be grateful, even if my husband would
rather be elsewhere.

Thank you!

Mairi Ceilidh

well, i did make the brilliant decision this year to make 
two meals out of all the things i try to stuff into one 
humonstrous meal.  more like cooking two sunday dinners.

his, thanksgiving: turkey, corn bread and oyster dressing, 
sweet potatoes with the ubiquitous marshmallow fluff, 
green bean casserole, home made cranberry sauce and gravy.

mine, sunday:  pork roast, scalloped potatoes, saurkraut 
w/ sausage and dumplings, roasted root veggies, and spiced 
apples (hopefully the red ones - i'm still looking),

boy, it's going to be easier than trying to make all the 
favorites at once for one meal.  and both meals make for 
great toastie sandwiches with leftovers.


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