Attleboro has so many young families and some may need help planning that perfect Thanksgiving Day dinner while others, who have been making the same traditional recipe for years, may be looking for something new to set down on the dining room table. So why not share your recipe with the rest of your Attleboro neighbors?
We want them all including side dishes, desserts and of course yummy stuffing. While I'm a pretty good cook, I will be the first to admit that I'm not the best baker. So, each year I take on another challenge, learning how to bake a new pie or dessert.
Don't have a recipe to share? How about a craft idea? My kids and I love decorating the thanksgiving day table. Each year we create a new Thanksgiving Day craft.
Here's a fast one. Take a red apple and put it on its side. Get a box of raisens (white grape and red grape for variety). Then grab a box of colored club toothpicks. Stick six raisins on them. Stick the toothpicks (as many or as little as your kiddos prefer) on the back of the apple. If you don't have any raisins at home, no worries use mini marshmallows instead.
Add two googly eyes and you're done. It's fast, simple and the kids love them.