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What's Your Thanksgiving Signature Dish?

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Maybe you make a killer pumpkin pie or spoon bread that your family just can't live without? Maybe it's decadently sweet or perhaps a little savory?  Whatever it may be, we all have our signature dish, our own little piece of the Thanksgiving pie.

Some of our MSLR hosts sent along their favorite Thanksgiving recipes and the stories that explain why this is their signature dish. Click on the links below to download their individual recipes.

We'd also love to hear from you. What's your signature dish? Email with your contributions.

Mario Bosquez, host, "Living Today"
Rustic Sage and Sausage Stuffing

Terri Trespicio, host, "Whole Living"
Cranberry Sauce

Stacey Hirvela, co-host, "Homegrown"
Cranberry Orange Relish

Betsy Karetnick, co-host, "Morning Living"
Green Bean Casserole

A huge thanks to our listeners for sharing their favorite recipes with us. Click on any of the links below to download the recipes.

Cheesy Carrots - Shannon Smith, South Carolina
Sweet Potato Casserole - Stephanie Lavery, South Carolina
Spiced Hot Cider - Susan Snowden, West Virginia
The Best Stuffing (vegetarian too!) - Sarah Gidick
Pina Colada Cake - Amanda Counts, Alabama
Cranberry Cream Cheese Stacks - Pam Moody
Anita's Cornbread - Anita Hale
Pumpkin Mushroom Soup - Janice Fitzsimons, Pennsylvania
Janice calls "Morning Living" and shares her recipe with Betsy and Kim. Listen below!

Janice's Pumpkin Mushroom Soup

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Comments (1)

  • Macaroni & cheese
    8 oz cooked elbow macaroni (salt cooking water well)
    24oz carton cottage cheese
    8oz sour cream
    4cups shredded Cheddar cheese
    1 egg
    1 sleeve of kebbler butter crackers crushed
    1 stick butter
    combine first 6 ingredients, pour into greased baking dish.In saute pan combine butter and crackers,brown slightly spread over mac & cheese.Bake 45 min 350 °until bubbly.

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