My contribution to the progressive dinner is, of course, a bread recipe! This recipe makes 3 large, rich, buttery loaves. I love to braid the loaves for a festive appearance and sometimes sprinkle them with poppy or sesame seeds. If you want to be even awesomer, you can make 2 double braided loaves. Continue reading
November 26 – Shannon of Growing Slower will be creating a delicious salad to share with us.
December 10 – Chara of Stiching Hearts Together and I will be sharing two delightful homemade breads.
December 17 – Katie S. of Nourishing Simplicity will be sharing a main dish that has been a family favorite for years.
Come back here each week for updated links to each host’s contribution. We also want you to join us in the holiday fun. How does a real food recipe exchange sound? Each host will have a link-up live on her post where you can share your favorite holiday courses or grab some new recipes to try!
Check out all the link ups here.
Thanksgiving is over. Family and friends have all gone home and your beautiful golden bird has been reduced to a few slices of meat and a pile of bones. You start cleaning up and get ready to throw the bones away. Wait! Don’t do it! Did you know that pile of bones has something left to give? Continue reading