Roasted butternut squash not only looks divine, it tastes great too, and makes a great focal point for your meal. In fact, as you gaze down on your bright orange, steaming, butternut squash, you probably won’t miss turkey at all!
So simple, so good, so delicious, so healthy, so good for Thanksgiving.
Made from seasonal staples, this dessert captures the tastes and smells of the holiday seasons perfectly, and will fill your kitchen with a delicious aroma as it slowly cooks. I know you’ll enjoy this easy-to-make dessert!
bacon-wrapped sausages, often called pigs in blankets, are a Thanksgiving favorite, at least in my house! I always make more than I need because I like them not only as an appetizer but as a snack too.
salmon mousse is a great way to start your Thanksgiving meal. It not only tastes wonderful, it’s not too filling either, and it’s very easy to make.
looking for a light but a delicious starter for your Thanksgiving meal? Look no further! This easy to make soup is the perfect appetizer that won’t spoil your appetite for the main event. And best of all, it’s ready in minutes, and not hours.
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miso-infused cream cheese with vegetable crudités can be made up to four days before Thanksgiving. In fact, the longer you leave it, the better it tastes. This might not be your usual Thanksgiving appetizer, but it’s truly delicious, and very healthy too.
Most Thanksgiving recipes are for four, six, or more servings, and that’s a lot of food when you are a couple!
Turkey is the traditional meat of Thanksgiving but, I have to say, it’s not my favorite. Maybe it’s the way I cook it but I always think turkey is a bit dry and bland. I don’t NOT like it, but I don’t love it either.