Every year, I volunteer to bring a few dishes to take to my family’s Thanksgiving celebration, and every year, I find myself feverishly scrolling through Pinterest to find something new and better to make than what I showed up with the previous year.
I’m someone who always says she’s not that interested in art. But that’s actually a lie. Maybe I don’t know a valuable piece of art when I see one and maybe I don’t find art museums particularly enthralling, but I definitely value the arts. Art extends way beyond paintings and sculptures.
Spread out sweet potato rounds in one thin layer using two rimmed baking sheets. Drizzle sweet potato rounds with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Roast in the oven for 20 minutes, flip the rounds over, and return to the oven for another 15 minutes.
Thanksgiving is always the same. The turkey. The stuffing (or dressing if that’s what you and yours call it). The sweet potato casserole. The green bean casserole. The mashed potatoes. The rolls. The pies. Sound familiar? Why not switch it up this year?
For this issue, I had the honor of preparing a Thanksgiving meal. Hats off to all you ladies and gents who make this day possible for your friends and family each year. It’s no easy task. I know how difficult and long the day can be. And the days leading up to it, for that matter.
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