Happy October! Can you believe Fall is here already?
Given the tremendous speed by which time flies, November will roll around before you know it. Because it helps to write seasonal and holiday Hubs well before a particular holiday arrives, now is the time to publish your favorite Thanksgiving recipes!
This is a special two week topic, so if you missed the chance to publish a Hub during the first week, you still have time to do so now!
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Consider writing a Thanksgiving recipe Hub on one (or more!) of those lovely things! Also, to make a real winner of a Hub, I recommend using original photos (and if that's not an option, only using properly cited ones that are licensed for your use). It makes a big difference!
If you'd like to join in on this week's topic by writing a Hub, follow these steps:
1) Click here to visit this week's topic. 2) Click the green button "answer this question". 3) Click the gray button below the box (leave that empty) that says "make a Hub about it." 4) Give your Hub a very specific title, like Easy Summer Gardening Projects for Kids or Challenging Summer Activities for Teens 5) Create good quality original content that hasn't been covered before. 6) After you publish your Weekly Topic Inspiration Hub, come back to this forum thread and post a link to your Hub with a brief description of what you wrote about and why.
That is interesting! I love thanksgiving and will definitely looking forward to all the delicious and tasty recipes from all of you, as I would like prepare something new and creative dishes this year:)
Hmmm...wellll..... My daughter and I are tired of the 2-day-long hassle that is TG Day preparation, and the subsequent clean up. This year, our 2 families are breaking the mold. TG dinner is going to be take-and-bake pizza!
In years gone by, 15 -20 people came to Thanksgiving at our house, and 10 of them might stay for the weekend. I often had to plan a weekend's worth of meals. This is Cranberry Coffee Cake is one of my favorite breakfast/brunch treats. http://stephaniehenkel.hubpages.com/hub … offee-Cake
Yum! We can't get enough cranberries at the holiday, so this coffee cake recipe gives us another option for using those ruby gems! Thanks for sharing Stephanie, I really look forward to serving this on the holiday. HubHugs! K9
K9 - Doing this hub made me want to made this recipe for our weekend guests, but fresh cranberries are not in our stores, yet! Cranberries are supposed to freeze well - maybe I'll try doing that next month.
We freeze several pounds each year for just such reasons. They hold up really well; just make sure to put them in the refrigerator for about 3 hours to get them cold before freezing them. They defrost far better, having a close to fresh appeal! (simply makes the ice crystals smaller so they don't damage the fruit cells as badly during the defrosting process.) Cheers~ K9
Okay, I must admit that I am tantalized enough to want to try your Moose Rump Roast with fruit recipe, for the shear uniqueness of being able to say I had. What a great article Patty. Super images and information to match. Nicely done--again! HubHugs~ K9
I lived in Virginia for many years, and there I learned that the Pilgrims' and Indians' meal-and-celebration was not actually the First Thanksgiving in America. But, while I was polishing off the research for this Hub, I made some new (to me) discoveries and got some surprises!
Both of these are very interesting and really cool hubs. It was interesting to learn the real history behind Thanksgiving, and those traditionally unique recipes (ham biscuit in particular) look very yummy! Thanks for sharing your research and recipes with us! Cheers~ K9
Awesome picture recipe along with clear written directions. I thought these would be a great idea for lunches during the week as well as meals for one! As always, fantastic work my friend! Huge HubHugs Gordon~ K9
The first time, I forgot to link up to the question, so I retyped the whole hub, deleted the other one, and deleted all of its content. It's been so long since I've done a topic of the week, I am getting rusty! I just hope it doesn't trigger any duplicate content but I deleted right away, in the first 5 minutes or so after publishing!
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