Our top 100 mom food bloggers can take care of the kids, work a 9-5 job, and whip up a mean souffl'. They are masters of the kitchen and the household, creators of cookies, packers of lunches, fixers of food fails. And perhaps best of all: They share their secrets with us each day on their blogs!
Babble asked them for a few more "secrets" - recipes and cooking tips - and we'll be running a new set of responses from them each month. For November, we asked each blogger to share their most cherished family holiday recipe - our mouths are watering just thinking of these delicious dishes and desserts. Check back next month when the top 100 tell us how they fix food disasters!
What is your most cherished family holiday recipe?
Mom’s Chestnut Stuffing
A couple of Thanksgivings ago I did a Times feature on “alternative” breadless stuffings. I was so proud of it! I stuffed turkey with shrimp and roasted sweet potato, spiced apples, sausage, cranberries, and barley infused with lemon and chive butter with chopped hazelnuts. I got very creative. Then my sister Amy called the morning the story ran. “Great piece,” she said, “but you are making mom’s chestnut stuffing for our dinner.” So much for creativity! Holidays are all about tradition.
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