This classic recipe delivers a subtly sweet, cinnamony Custard Pie. It’s my mom’s specialty and it simply wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without it.
For today’s #SundaySupper, my friends and I are celebrating Thanksgiving just like you do–by gathering around the table, giving thanks, and sharing great food.
I’ll admit, this season hasn’t been the easiest for the Rowlands. We’ve dealt with sicknesses and broken ankles and busy schedules and hefty medical bills arriving just in time for the holidays (oh joy!).
But it’s seasons like this that make me stop and consider how blessed we really are. Even in the midst of some not-so-great things, I am surrounded by evidence of God’s grace.
It’s simple things, really: Friends offering to let the dog out while Will was in the hospital, or bringing us meals and fixing our sink when we got home. Parents who were willing to pick my car up from the shop when I was working too late to make it before they closed. Insurance that helped those medical bills seem less daunting.
Over the past few months, we’ve been prayed for, hugged, loved, and cared for in so many different ways. I am so thankful for this community of family and friends-who-feel-like-family that have made this season so much easier than it could have been.
If you haven’t even given your Thanksgiving dinner a second thought, take heart! We’ve got you’re entire menu right here from appetizer to main dishes to sides and desserts. So keep calm and feast on! (Could I be any more cliche??!) Just use the search box at the top of my page and search “Thanksgiving”.