Weekly Topic Inspiration: Thanksgiving Recipes
October is here and 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!
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If you eat meat, then these Thanksgiving recipes are for you. If you hunt or grow a vegetable and fruit garden, then you can also catch some of the main ingredients yourself. read more
Cranberry coffee cake for a special breakfast. When fresh cranberries appear on the supermarket shelves, try this delicious recipe for Cranberry Coffee Cake! Great for Thanksgiving breakfast or brunch on Thanksgiving Weekend! read more
This is not a recipe, maybe a tip; a few years ago one of my nieces brought one of the several turkeys to our giant family meal . . . the turkey was cooked well and tasted fine, but the gravy was simply very special, very rich and elegant tasting. Her secret . . ? . . just a few drops of maple syrup in the otherwise standard giblet gravy - not enough to be sweet, or even mapley tasting, but just enough to give it a depth of flavor, a silky rich boost to the savoriness. I've never forgotten the first taste.
If you are looking for an easy yet elegant way to start your Thanksgiving dinner, try this recipe for curried butternut squash soup. read more
Here is an enjoyable recipe that we use at our family holiday parties. I hope that you find it useful and delicious. read more
Pumpkin dishes are a classic choice for Thanksgiving. Grab a few new recipes for your holiday spread this year! read more
Thanksgiving for most people is a time of family celebration and feasting on the seasonal turkey and trimmings. There are some, however, who are forced to spend Thanksgiving alone and may be under the impression that a turkey dinner is not therefore feasible. This page shows how Thanksgiving turkey dinners for one are entirely possible and provides a number of very different preparation options. read more
Great pork recipe which doesn't require much time. You need just oven, pork shoulder or loin, salt, and garlic, and foil. And you'll get so tender pork shoulder that you can cut it with spoon. Read more.. read more
Do you think you know all there is to know about the First Thanksgiving in America? Congratulations to you, if you do! Many Americans are surprised to learn that the First Thanksgiving was nothing like what we were taught in school. The true stories of the First Thanksgivings may even challenge some of your cherished beliefs. read more
One way to honor the various traditions that celebrated the First Thanksgivings across North America is with representative foods. Dishes from New England, Virginia, Texas, and Native American cuisines are perfect accompaniments to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, or they can make up a delightful breakfast or supper on Thanksgiving Day. read more
Looking for an alternative to the traditional green bean casserole? Try this sweet and savory Green Bean Almondine! A Thanksgiving alternative to the green bean casserole rut never tasted so good! read more
This marshmallow-topped version of a classic Holiday recipe will impress all of your guests. An impressive dish for the Thanksgiving or Christmas table. read more
Great tips for making fantastic Thanksgiving stuffing this year! From taste to safety some of your most asked turkey stuffed holiday questions are answered right here! read more
On Christmas and Thanksgiving, many of make tons of food. The question becomes, what should we do with the leftovers? Here's one very delicious idea. read more
1 pound sliced potatoes
1 chopped onion
1 chopped green bell pepper
1 chopped red bell pepper
Cream(any brand) or milk-your choice
Salt and Pepper or I use seasoning salt
Mix all and place in a glass baking dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour until potatoes are done.
This dish is so good for something a little different. I make it for Thanksgiving and Christmas and it has been a big hit with my family every year. It is almost like Scalloped Potatoes but not quite. Happy eating!
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