Monday, November 20, 2017

Classic Thanksgiving Recipes

If you are like me, today you are looking at the calendar, figuring out menus, and making your grocery shopping list. We have four different meals this holiday weekend. I want to start early so that I don't hit the frantic button.

The great thing about Thanksgiving is that the menu is so easy. There is no debate in Ed's family or mine that turkey is on the menu. We might do a broccoli salad instead of green beans, sweet potatoes instead of mashed white potatoes, and the dessert options are endless. But the turkey, filling, and cranberry salad are non-optional.

I dug back through the archives and found these classic Thanksgiving recipes. They are classics because most came from my mom and I've made them countless times.

Easy Roast Turkey

Curry Turkey Rub

Stuffing 

Green Bean Supreme

Sweet Potato Casserole

Make-Ahead Mashed Potatoes - with more make-ahead ideas

Bulgar Rolls

Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin Torte

20 Favorite Pumpkin Recipes

16 Ways to Use Leftover Turkey

What are you eating this week?


3 comments :

  1. I guess we are eating traditional Thanksgiving fare. I made date and nut bread today. Tomorrow I am cooking a Hubbard squash. That frees Wed. for pies! Always a busy week!! Have a wonderful, blessed Thanksgiving!!!

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  2. I use your Easy Roast Turkey recipe every year. Everyone loves it! My turkey is in the cooler thawing, I'll roast it Wednesday and reheat on Thursday. I have pointing many people to your turkey recipe. Thanks for sharing these timeless tips! HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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  3. Your bulgar rolls are the best! I haven't made them in awhile, time to change that! I am still grateful for your bread baking posts, they have been so helpful to me. Happy Thanksgiving Gina!

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