Granny's Sample Menus

The Holidays Are Here!

Thanksgiving Dinner

  • Oyster Casserole or Fried Oysters
  • Roast Turkey with Dressing & Gravy
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Vegetable Medley Casserole
  • Relish Tray
  • Cranberry Salad
  • Hot Dinner Rolls
  • Pumpkin Pie or Pumpkin Pie Cake
  • Iced Tea & Coffee

Noel Open House

  • Ham-Cheese Party Rolls
  • Open House Meat Balls or Bourbon Cocktail Wieners
  • Chicken Salad Puffs
  • Shrimp Ball with Assorted Crackers
  • Christmas Relish Tree or Holiday Vegetable Wreath
  • Cheese Straws
  • Holiday Cookies
  • Evergreen Punch or Holiday Punch 

Christmas Morning Breakfast

  • Fruit Juice
  • Sausage-Egg Casserole
  • Hot Fruit
  • Raisin Bran Muffins
  • Christmas Morning Cinnamon Rolls
  • Coffee
  • Note: This breakfast can be prepared the day before- all ready to pop into the oven on Christmas morning.

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Granny's Wise Words

  1. Give for the joy of giving.  If you only give to get---you are not giving, you are trading.

  2. Protect muffin tins by filling the unused cups with water to prevent scorching.

  3. To ensure uniformly sized muffins (or cupcakes), use an ice cream scoop to transfer batter from mixing bowl to muffin tins.

  4. Do not store crisp and soft cookies together.  Store soft cookies n tightly covered containers---crisp cookies in loosley-covered containers.

  5. Need a dessert in a hurry---warm a donut; split and fill with ice cream.  Top with Carmel Sauce (p. 397 of Granny's Kitchen.)