This year, Scott and I are hosting two Thanksgiving dinners. The first is actually next weekend, when a whole bunch of Sewell's are coming to New York. Then, on the holiday itself, we will host friends who have joined us for Thanksgiving dinner the last five or six years.
I love cooking Thanksgiving dinner, so I am super-excited about getting to do two menus! Over the next two weeks, I'm sharing a few holiday prep ideas I'm chatting about on TV shows this month. Last week, I posted my mother-in-law's breakfast casserole recipe that is the staple of our family gatherings. Today, I am sharing a yummy recipe for Cornbread Stuffing with Ham - or, if you're from my neck of the woods, Cornbread Dressing.
I shared this recipe for Smithfield on a TV segment this week in Nashville. Whatever you call it, it's savory, yummy, and has that perfect crispy crunchy top.
The only thing I'd add to this recipe? A note to make an extra pan if you're hosting a crowd. After all, it's not Thanksgiving unless you have leftovers, and stuffing/dressing is at the top of my list to enjoy the next day.
What are your favorite Thanksgiving leftovers?