Chock-full of stuffing and dinner rolls
Most of the times, we serve bread at the Thanksgiving table in two ways: bread pudding stuffed with whatever the chef deemed palatable and homemade or store-bought dinner rolls. While these bring their own flavor to the dinner table, I think it’s time we step it up a notch.
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Biscuits and gravy
If you’re thinking of using the drippings of your Thanksgiving bird of choice to prepare some gravy, it wouldn’t hurt to make some buttery biscuits on the side. They are a great way to sponge up all the juice on your plate and can also be eaten with honey, fried eggs or extra butter in the morning. Trust me, you are and your family are going to love the combination!
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