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Tricia’s post about holiday recipes today had my wheels churning and my mouth watering.
My favorite Thanksgiving side dish, by far, is our Grandma’s scalloped corn.
I’m not sure if this terminology is an Ohio thing or what. (Pam?) I’ve never heard anyone else call this scalloped corn. Around these parts, they have corn pudding, but it’s very sweet. This is not, except for the sweetness of the corn itself and a teensy bit of sugar.
When we’ve had holidays in Tennessee (rare, but a few times), I’ve insisted on having this corn and my mom’s sweet potatoes. Those are really the only things I care about. Turkey, I can take it or leave it. I’d rather have candied sweet potatoes than pie (but NO marshmallows). But, oh, corn. Yummmm.
Is it Thanksgiving yet?
P.S. Here are a few of my other favorite holiday recipes.