In all my years, I've discovered I love a fully stocked pantry.
I remember trips with my mother and brother to my Aunt Janet's house. Though I looked forward to raiding her salt water taffy, my brother looked forward to freshly dropped walnuts from Aunt Janet's nut tree in the backyard.
Where I reside in North Carolina, I discovered fresh pineapple is cheaper to purchase—and is a gorgeous addition to my flowerbed.
Let me be honest—I've eaten beets ONE time in my food journey—eleven years ago!
Growing up, I wasn't a fan of beans—except for pork and beans. I didn't like the taste of black eyed peas. I highly disliked lima beans and good luck with me eating a navy bean. Hell, I use to eat around the kidney beans in my father's chili!
Turkey has a place at family tables, with traditional fixtures and drippings. As turkey has been a classic food staple during the holidays, the large bird native to North America has many reasons for you to "gobble gobble."