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Thanksgiving is about giving thanks to those that you love, telling them how much you appreciate them, and also begin grateful for all of the blessings that you have. We wish you all safe travels and a Happy Thanksgiving!
That being said, let’s get to the good stuff!
Here at Business Beware we have decided to share all of the Bodi’s favorite Thanksgiving dishes with our viewers. We hope that your Thanksgiving is just as special as ours, and we want to give thanks to some very important people… YOU!
We hope that you all enjoy all of the dishes that we have chosen to share! Even though we all chose recipes of Paula’s… we found some great versions of them online.
Cheesy, Bacon Potato Dish
(Check out this recipe at Marvelous Recipes)
Green Bean Casserole
(Check out Paula Deen’s recipe)
Sweet Potato Casserole
(Check out Southern Food’s recipe)
Baked Macaroni & Cheese Casserole
(Check out this recipe at MyRecipes.com)
Pineapple, Cheddar & Ritz Cracker Casserole
(Try Ezra Pound Cake’s recipe)
We asked fellow business owners and friends their favorite dishes they look forward to every year and can’t do without and here’s what they said:
“The turkey, ham, cranberry sauce, mashed taters, greenbeens with bacon…….Yup, pretty much all of it. Actually my favorite dish won’t be there be because she has to work all day.” Kurt Kytonen of CanvasSmart.biz
“Garlic stuffing with gravy!” Melanie Landi
“My favorite dish every Thanksgiving is Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallows. It is so sweet, it’s almost
like dessert. This goes down well with coquito; a traditional Puerto Rican drink. It is made with egg yolks, rum, coconut milk, coconut cream, sweet condensed milk, cinnamon (similar to eggnog except with rum).” Jacqueline Rivers of Pawfect Day, Inc.
“Momma’s dressing!” Jennifer Conway
“My favorite Thanksgiving dish is the stuffing!!!! I love it with the dinner and then in sandwiches and as a top for turkey pie made with leftovers!” Michelle Dunn of Credit-and-Collections.com
“Leftovers… Turkey sammiches, Turkey salad, Turkey meatloaf… Turkey pancakes… Turkey smoothies…. Orange Turkey jello… Uggh.” Doug Brandt of PieholePizzaJoint.com
“It would be incomplete without cornbread sage stuffing (turkey, garlic potatoes and gravy are assumed).” Deirdre McGaffey of i-ddb.com/