“Not everyone in my family likes plain old carrots, so now after I cook and drain them, I melt a few slices of American cheese on top,” relates Dorothy Colclasure of Decatur, Illinois. “We really enjoy this delicious version.”
Margie Haen of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin sends her special dish with an obvious fall feel. The buttery texture and sweetness of cranberries and brown sugar make this a great addition to Thanksgiving turkey.
“The original recipe, which my mother acquired over 45 years ago, called for two bunches of small carrots so I had to guess how much to use. I eventually got the recipe amounts worked out to my liking,” says Beverly Christofferson of Sioux City, Iowa.