Let’s Talk Turkey

Thanksgiving is just a week away so I thought we could start our planning of the yummy feast right now!  If you’re looking for something to change up your traditional holiday feast, here are the usual components with lots of new ideas for you!


Cornbread sausage, roast turkey, apple and onions stuffin muffins, ciabatta stuffing with chestnuts and pancetta, old country, three bread, stuffing muffins, southwestern, wild rice, apple and sausage, stuffing cups, stuffing bread bowls, old fashioned turkey, mushroom pecan.


Herb roasted turkey, simple turkey, best gravy, cranberry glazed turkey, rosemary garlic turkey, brined roast turkey, orange roasted turkey.  And if you’re not a turkey fan, there’s beef tenderloin and chutney honey ham.


Warm crab dip, sweet potato surprise, glazed carrots with pistachios, mashed potatoes, twice baked potatoes, potatoes with carrots, parsnips, and brussels spouts, stuffed sweet potatoes, pumpkin bean soup, cheesy mashed potato pots, lemony brussels sprouts, pumpkin dip, wild rice with dried fruit and nuts, braised potatoes, spicy tofu lettuce wraps, butter pecan sweet potatoes, scalloped potatoes, beet and apple salad, green bean casserole, nutty butternut squash, *gluten free* biscuits, honey wheat rolls.


Ginger beer, cranberry apple crush, sparkling cranberry rose, lavender infused lemonade, bourbon coolers, mulled red wine sangria, ginger cider, blissini.


Sweet tom turkeys, pumpkin gingerbread trifle, pumpkin roll cake, pecan squares, pear, apple and cranberry crisp, pumpkin maple bread pudding, carrot and pineapple cake, strawberry pretzel salad, fall fruit tart, marshmallow pilgrim hats, pumpkin pie, coconut key lime pie, mini cranberry meringues, fruit and nut chocolate sticks, old fashioned apple pie, cranberry ice cream pie, cranberry and apple crumble, old fashioned pumpkin pie, aut-yum leaves, *gluten free* pumpkin muffins, sweet turkey treats, almond bars, harvest pumpkin scones, thanksgiving muffins, pecan pie, pumpkin pie, chocolate peanut butter pie, black walnut shortbread cookies, chocolate cream pie, easy pumpkin mousse, fried pies, mile high cranberry apple pie, apple toffee tartlets.

Well, I think it’s time for me to try out some of those stuffing recipes (my favorite!!).  What’s your favorite part of the Thanksgiving meal?

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