A little embarrassed, at first I thought this guest post was all about whiskey. It’s not like it doesn’t fall inline with the theme as well as the broth mentioned in this post. Both provide a cure for the winter chill in our forecast these days. Although the broth can be made for everyone to have.
As the month of October winds down, visit one of the biggest Halloween Parades in a very eclectic side of Manhattan – The Village Halloween Parade. You do not have to participate in the parade, just stand on the side and watch the long line of creativity pass by.
Keep reading for a few other ideas for fall activities in NYC.
When at her Service, it came to light that I maybe the only one to continue her legacy of creating these sweet treats. The pressure! In true fashion, I downplayed my capability to even take on such a role.
Watching the Food Network, is also a favorite family event during this time of the year. We sit around and watch the different challenges where folks recreate family favorite Thanksgiving sides with all types of ingredients that question how they got on the show in the first place. I’m not that bold to change what I’ve been taught to make, yet. Until I’m able to recreate our southern meal and without the criticism from the parental units, I’ll continue on with the butter, sugar, salt and love and a whole turkey instead of wings and drums – the favorite parts.
For your reading pleasure, here are some Thanksgiving side recipes for a southern meal that I have grown up with and love.