Kittens, if you’re in the United States, there’s a good chance you will be celebrating Thanksgiving this week. First declared a national holiday in 1789 by President George Washington, our modern harvest celebration is hallmarked by tables groaning with food; roast turkeys and vegetables, gravies and sauces, cobblers and casseroles.
Of course, what autumnal feast would be complete without a little pumpkin? At home at fall festivals from Halloween to Thanksgiving, these pumpkin dinner rolls from Beyond Kimchee are beyond darling. Redolent of yeast and pumpkin and crowned with a pecan stem, these little rolls are a snap to shape and would be the perfect addition to your holiday spread.
Happy baking, and stay tuned to TYoH all this week for a collection of posts on historical Thanksgiving quirks and other oddities!