Contribute to Patch's Thanksgiving Recipe Swap

Give a recipe and share one with your North Shore neighbors.

It's that time of year again — time to give thanks, celebrate the season in good company and bring out those tried-and-true Thanksgiving recipes.

Salem Patch and sister sites on the North Shore want to know about those dishes that always have a place on your Thanksgiving table and those that are making their debut this year.

Have a creative spin on cranberry sauce? Are you known for famous stuffing that friends and relatives talk about long after all the Turkey Day leftovers have been gobbled up?

This is your opportunity to find out what your neighbors are cooking. Give a recipe and get one from your North Shore neighbors.

If you have a recipe you would like to share, send it to Editor Aubry Bracco at aubry@patch.com by Monday, Nov. 21 at noon. Feel free to include a short history of how the recipe came to be or how long it's been on your family's Thanksgiving table. We'll share the recipes leading up to Thanksgiving to give you time to gather those ingredients, hit the kitchen and get cooking!

Chris Helms November 15, 2012 at 01:52 PM
Green Bean Casserole gets no respect — but food writer Kendra Nordin, who I knew in my old job as editor of Jamaica Plain Patch — has the recipe and history on why we ought to call it "Feminist Green Bean Casserole." http://jamaicaplain.patch.com/blog_posts/feminist-green-bean-casserole


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