Deviled Eggs, Macaroni and Cheese, and Chocolate Pudding Pies

Deviled eggs, homemade mac and cheese, and chocolate pudding pies—it wouldn’t be a Holiday meal at my Nita’s without them!  If you asked my hubby, he’d say that no Christmas would be complete without his Grandmother’s snickerdoodles and pecan sandies.  Then there’s my Daddy’s fried turkey (or ham or brisket) and Momma’s potato salad that are a must at almost every family meal (no matter the time of year).

Does your family do this too—stuff yourselves on comfort food?  With Thanksgiving being only 2 (!!!!!) weeks away, I know I’m not the only one pulling out the recipes—both family favorites and at least one new one to try.

What are you cooking?  What recipe does your family expect to see on the table every holiday?  Are you trying any new ones?

***Speaking of Thanksgiving:  Don’t forget I’m giving away a $45 gift certificate to the shop on the day after Thanksgiving.  You can enter by signing up for my shop newsletter.  Just follow the “Sign up for our free newsletter!” link on the right side of this page.

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About personalitychildrensclothes

Welcome to this little blog. I'm Salinda. I'm a momma who loves to sew. I have 2 big kids now--6 and 9, but I still love making classics for little ones. I'm a Louisiana girl, so my shop is stocked with Southern classics. You'll find seersucker and gingham, jon jons and jumpers, and lots of monogramming! And, like any good Louisiana girl, you can count on me to provide you with lots of purple and gold and black and gold. I'm married to a great guy who does all he can to support my work from home business. We love our Jesus, each other, our kids, and Saints football. Guests in our home can always find a pot of sweet tea brewing or a hot pot of Community Coffee.
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One Response to Deviled Eggs, Macaroni and Cheese, and Chocolate Pudding Pies

  1. Toni Chastain says:

    Honeybaked Ham… A must for our holidays especially since we live so far away.

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