Holiday Cooking

Reflecting on Thanksgiving and getting ready for round two.
Here’s the takeaway:

Start your kids in the kitchen early. One day they may make beautiful pies!

Making a pie

Start your kids in the kitchen early. One day they may make beautiful pies!

Leaves made into a center pieceBefriend someone who lives on a farm and has pretty trees. Leaves make a perfect center piece. #barbarsmith@hgic

Rosted carrots

Be super thankful for siblings who can cook. #christypope #roastedcarrots

Moms make the best turkey and dressing. No picture but

Thank You Mom!

Sweet potato casserole with burnt marshmallows

Even if your job is centered around food, you may be the one who burns the marshmallows on the sweet potato casserole.
The oven was on fire.
Image of fire

Always use impeccable food safety practices in the kitchen. Burning a dish is one thing but giving your family and friends a food-borne illness is another!
For more information on food-borne illness, see HGIC 3500, Basics of Safe Food Handling.

Happy Holidays!

Adair

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