My mother had a classic set of nesting Pyrex bowls.
Only the blue and yellow ones survived. She used the blue one for mixing up the gravy thickening. Nowadays, it usually contains Jell-O. The yellow one had many purposes. Most often it was for popcorn. But Thanksgiving day it had an even more delicious duty.
Thanksgiving Eve we would, as a family, lay out slices of bread. We covered the kitchen table and all the counters with bread. Then early Thanksgiving morning, we sat around the and broke the now-stale slices into small pieces and put them in the big yellow bowl while Mom chopped celery and onions. We had to prepare the dressing (some of you may know it as stuffing, but we called it dressing) so it could cook inside the turkey.
Thanksgiving dinner was a family project. From setting a festive table, to sprinkling the paprika on the cream-cheese stuffed celery, to literally breaking the bread, we all chipped in.
What are some of your Thanksgiving memories?