Pour into a bread pan, mine is 4 ½ “by 8 ½”. Let dough rise for 20 minutes and cook for one hour in a “slow oven,” 325 degrees. When done, it should be a lovely light to medium brown (not burned) with a crispy top.
If you could have a dream Thanksgiving dinner party, who would you invite?
In addition to my friends and family, how about Lord Peter and Harriet Wimsey, Phillip Marlowe (dangerous choice, he might insult everyone), Priscilla Alden (because it would be nice to have someone who was at the first Thanksgiving), and, sue me, William F. Buckley, Jr. (because he once offered me champagne at a White House Correspondent’s dinner, and he could bring the champagne.)
What's the one Thanksgiving dish your family can't live without?
Stuffing. Doesn’t matter if we serve a duck or turkey.
What do you do after the meal is finished? Play football? Watch football? Movies?
Take a long walk, watch a DVD, something like Pieces of April. Never football, we’d need subtitles to understand the game.
Pumpkin, Pecan or Apple?
Are you up early the next morning to kick off your holiday shopping?
Heaven’s no! Sleeping in and staying as far away as possible from malls and shopping centers!
Thank you so much for this warm Thanksgiving memory.
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