A dish that warms my body as much as Matthew Crawley warms my heart.
At every holiday (well, at every meal), my family is all about the food. And while the turkey does take front-and-center at Thanksgiving dinner, more planning, effort and love goes into the millions of side dishes.
But life is life, and this life has become a busy one. (Not bad busy, good busy.) In fact, it’s not that I don’t have time for blogging – It’s the opposite, really. I’ve just been doing a different kind of blogging.
So the story behind this dish: I rushed through Whole Foods and threw some things into the cart. Then I came home and threw those things into a pan. The results: Couldn’t be tastier.
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