Cranberry Pork Chops {Perfect for Thanksgiving}

Cranberry Pork Chops, thick succulent pork chops browned in a cast iron skillet on top of the stove, covered with whole cranberry sauce, a sprig of rosemary and finished off in the oven.  Perfect for a Thanksgiving alternative from traditional turkey.

Cranberry Pork Chops

Pork chops are a favorite around our house.  We like them fried, grilled, smothered, in casseroles and just about any way you can cook them.  We do prefer the bone in pork chops for grilling and frying because they are juicier.  The boneless ones have their place though, like in casseroles and dishes that are served with sauces.




Creamy Brown Sugar Grape Salad

Creamy Brown Sugar Grape Salad, crunchy juicy grapes folded in a sweet-tart creamy dressing.  To send it over the top sprinkle with brown sugar and pecans.  Oh! My.

Creamy Brown Sugar Grape Salad

I must say I just now have made this glorious salad.  I have been seeing it on the social media sites for several years and just never got around to making it.  

Now I make it all the time.  It is fabulous.  I can't get enough of it.  My husband loves it, my grands love it, everywhere I take it they love it.  




Cornbread and Sage Wild Rice Dressing

Cornbread and Sage Wild Rice Dressing, rich and moist, savory and crisp, and a uniquely delicious side dish for a Thanksgiving meal.  

Cornbread and Sage Wild Rice Dressing, moist and chewy, savory and crisp, and uniquely delicious side dish for a Thanksgiving meal.

For me, there can never be too many Southern cornbread dressing recipes.  I for one do not think dressing is just for a Thanksgiving meal.  We love it all year long.




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