|My most beautiful turkey ever. OK, it looks like this every year. Tastes even better than it looks.|
Yep, right around the corner now. Starting to think about that big holiday menu? Not me! I’m going to visit family so I’m not responsible for the bird, etc. this year. That’s not to say I don’t have recipes for you. Here are links to Thanksgiving posts from years past to give you some ideas:
Thanksgiving 2010: a mix of recipes pulled from various places.
Turkey Brining: how I’ve done it though I don’t always brine mine because the drippings become too salty for gravy.
Turkey Cooking: how to roast that bird.
Icebox Cake: a rather non-tradtional Thanksgiving dessert originally from Fine Cooking.
Masa Cornbread Stuffing: Delicious Southwest-inspired stuffing. Really dressing since you don’t stuff the bird with it.
Buttermilk Rolls: impress your guests with homemade rolls.
Apple Sausage Stuffing: two Thanksgiving classics, apples and turkey.
The Turkey Carcass: Stop! Do not throw out that carcass. Make stock.
Turkey and Corn Chowder: place to use both stock and turkey meat
Turkey and Wild Rice Soup: turkey and wild rice, two American natives.
Leftover Turkey Curry: delicious place for extra turkey
Hope your Thanksgiving meal is filled with many delicious dishes and good company!