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Ms. Geneva Troxell Adds New Recipes To My Thanksgiving Dinner

Gathering at Thanksgiving always reminds me of the importance of convivium.  It is an opportunity to share memories and a meal with family and friends, individuals you may see regularly or others whose arrival comes with great anticipation.  Moreover, it is the time when those coveted recipes appear once a year, like my grandma’s sweet potato casserole and my aunt’s famous pumpkin pie. 

This year, instead of going home for Thanksgiving, I will be preparing a feast on my own for a couple close friends.  Although my family has been sending me recipes over the past few weeks, I was still missing one crucial element: corn casserole.  Thankfully, Ms. Geneva Troxell, an elder from St. Martin’s in the Pines, has come to my rescue.  I believe her corn casserole will be a hit this Thanksgiving, and her turkey casserole will be an even greater success when a creative solution is needed for all that left-over turkey.  Thank you again, Ms. Troxell, for your amazing recipes!

Corn Casserole

1 egg                                                                                                   ½ tsp. salt
½ C. melted butter                                                                          1 can whole corn
1 C. sour cream                                                                                 1 can cream style corn
1 T. sugar                                                                                           1 pkg. Jiffy corn bread mix

Mix all ingredients together and put in 2-quart greased casserole at 350o for 45 minutes or until done. 

 Easy Turkey Casserole

2 C. uncooked macaroni                                                                4 hard-boiled eggs, cut up
2 C. mushroom soup                                                                      1 chopped medium onion
2 C. milk                                                                                           Salt to taste
2 C. chopped turkey                                                                       ½ lb. Velveeta cheese, cubed

Mix and place in greased 9×13” baking dish.  Refrigerate overnight, covered.  Remove and bring to room temperature 1 hour before baking.  Bake, uncovered, 1 hour or more at 350o.

 Please share with us what you will be making this Thanksgiving, especially if it is one of Ms. Troxell’s recipes!

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