Now that we are in the ‘ber months, it’s the time to start cleaning out your decorations. Go through what you have for Halloween, Christmas, and Thanksgiving, and make sure that everything works, anything that’s broken gets thrown out and anything you haven’t used in a couple of years can get donated. This way, you are making sure that you aren’t holding on to something that won’t work anyway, and you’re getting a headstart on cleaning and organizing your garage storage space.
Happy Thanksgiving Y’all! I hope everyone is enjoying time with their family and loved ones today, and enjoying it however you like. Take a minute and reflect on all you’re grateful for this year, and all the blessings you’ve been given, even if it’s been a hard year.
For those of you cooking this Thanksgiving, go ahead and get your baking done a night or two early. The pies will taste the same, and you’ll save time while prepping the rest of the meal.
It’s Thanksgiving week, and that means lots of traveling. Whether you are driving to see family or having them come see you, fill up your car with gas before work. You’ll beat the crowds, and be able to get on your way much faster.
Wow your guests with my gram’s homemade apple pie recipe. This was a staple at my house during Thanksgiving, and remains one of my all-time favorite pies.
- 5 sliced apples
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 2 tablespoons cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon flour
- 1 tablespoon butter
- Pie crust (2- one for top and one for bottom) (From scratch or pre-made, both work.)
- Mix sugar and cinnamon together in a bowl.
- Add flour.
- Put apples in crust. Pile them heavier towards the middle.
- Sprinkle sugar mixture on top.
- Add 1 tablespoon butter on top in the center.
- Put crust on top.
- Bake at 425 degrees Fahrenheit for about 45 minutes. When juice bubbles in the center, it is done.
I hope y’all enjoy my gram’s pie recipe as much as I do!