Thanksgiving is almost here, so share your best to-die-for recipe on Patch.
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Pumpkin bread with chocolate chips. Butternut squash ravioli. Toasted cinnamon sugar almonds. Gooey apple pie. From sweet to savory, fall is full of delicious food. And, most of the time, it's the chilly air and Thanksgiving spirit that gets us in the mood to do our own cooking. With the big Turkey Day around the corner, everyone has the handful of go-to family recipes. But why not share one or two of your favorites and, in return, try something new? This week on Patch, we're asking for your help to create a virtual cookbook. Simply upload your recipe with a photo (if you have one) in our announcements section. It's easy; just click "Add an Announcement." We will be compiling all of the best family recipes in once place!
Have a dish that's to die for? Let other Patch readers know your secret.
The holiday season is upon us, which for many means a time of great meals with the ones we love. And great meals start with great recipes, passed down from generation to generation. These family cooking traditions bring people together during the holidays. Patch editors and readers from across Minnesota have rounded up a few of their favorite family recipes, which we are sharing with you. If you have a great holiday recipe of your own to share, please post it in the comments section below. You can also add a photo of your delicious dish by clicking on the "submit photo" button below. Happy holidays, from all of us at Patch. *** Pumpkin Pie Dip Mix pumpkin with brown sugar, vanilla and spices, blend well. Mix in yogurt. Fold in Cool Whip …