Make Your Thanksgiving Feast One to Remember
November 8, 2016
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With less than 19 days until Thanksgiving, it is necessary to start looking for those crowd pleasing recipes. If you’re having trouble finding grandmother’s old recipes or deciding what to make, continue scrolling to find out what you should be making this Thanksgiving.
It’s nearly impossible to go a Thanksgiving without having a turkey. Even vegans and vegetarians enjoy eating a Tofurky; although, they’re not actually eating any meat. If you’re in charge of bringing the turkey this year, here’s a simple recipe for you to follow:
Follow this recipe for a simple, yet delicious Thanksgiving turkey.
Almost more important than the turkey are the sides. With so many options to choose from, there’s a recipe that will be sure to please everyone. Check out these options:
Mashed Potatoes- Tyler Florence’s Mashed Potatoes
If whipped and smooth mashed potatoes suit your interest, this recipe is the one for you.
Stuffing- List of Stuffings from Food Network
From simple stuffing to adding intensive flavors, Food Network covers all possible taste buds.
Green Bean Casserole- Paula Deen’s Green Bean Casserole
Putting a spin on classic Southern foods is what Paula Deen does best. Check out her green bean casserole recipe with an added twist.
Baked Mac & Cheese- Trisha Yearwood’s Baked Mac and Cheese
A comforting and warm dish is always a nice addition to the Thanksgiving table.
Cranberry sauce is not only good on its own, but it pairs well with the other food
also. Follow this recipe for show stopping cranberry.
Last, but definitely not least, come the desserts. After loads of savory foods, a sweet treat is nice to finish the meal off with. The two most classic and traditional Thanksgiving desserts are pumpkin and apple pie.
Pumpkin Pie- LIBBY’S Pumpkin Pie
Apple Pie- Pillsbury’s Perfect Apple Pie
Traditional pumpkin and apple pie are America’s favorite. These two recipes are classic treats.
Pair either of these dishes with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, and you’ve got a perfect combo. Alongside the desserts, feel free to add warm apple cider or hot tea for an even more comforting feel.