It's Thanksgiving, and we had a small gathering of family at our house, and served a very traditional meal. The day included the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, naps, and football games, along with lots of time spent in the kitchen. I am sure our day was spent much the same way as many others.
One thing we serve every year whenever we cook for Thanksgiving is Corn Pudding. It is my grandma's recipe, a dish she serves every Thanksgiving and Christmas, and it just doesn't seem right to go through the holidays without eating it at least once. My apologies for the picture-it didn't cross my mind to take a picture until after we already ate. Don't let looks deceive you-this stuff is amazing!
Here is Grandma's recipe for Corn Pudding:1 can corn, drained, plus 1 tbsp juice
3 tbsp butter
3 tbsp flour
1/2 c sugar
1 c milk
Melt butter in baking dish, add flour and corn; stir and mix well. Beat eggs, add sugar and milk. Add to corn mixture. Stir well and sprinkle with nutmeg. Bake at 350° until center is firm-about one hour.