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Women in Ag: Tradition in Recipes

Our family is in a time of transition. Grandma has stepped down from hosting Thanksgiving dinner, and we have all branched off to start our own family traditions. I hosted Thanksgiving this year and tried my best to cook a meal as good as Grandma used to. (No pressure there!) 

A few things we did a little bit differently, like deep frying the turkey. (Yum!) But some things we wanted to remain the same. My dad took on the task of recreating Grandma's stuffing. We got the recipe and instructions from her and followed them exactly the morning of Thanksgiving. With a little luck and one or two phone calls to Grandma for clarification, it turned out perfect! Grandma stopped by for dinner and gave it her stamp of approval.

Even though family traditions are changing around here, a few things will remain the same for another generation. Change is inevitable and can be a good thing, but tradition is important, too. If your family has a favorite tradition, make sure to keep it alive for the next generation. The holidays are a great way to create tradition and memories for years to come!

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