Your turkey is Michael Jordan. All these dishes are the Pippens, Grants, and Rodmans that turn your Thanksgiving feast into a true champion.
A sweet squash dish great for a meal on a cold winter day.
This is one of the best ways to eat cranberries! It's sweet, crunchy, and a bit tart. Even the kids like this one. We've had to start making a double batch! When short on time we have combined the fruit and marshmallows the night before serving, and added the gelatin, whipped cream, and walnuts in the morning.
This is a recipe that I came up with by combining several general versions. It is a little bit costly but it is well worth it for this irresistible dish. Mushrooms and two types of cheese in a rich creamy sauce makes this melt in your mouth. Everyone loves this version and I haven't seen one like this anywhere.
This is just one of the many items available at the Famous Brookville Hotel in Abilene, Kansas. Formerly located in Brookville, Kansas.
This recipe is so quick and easy, and you'll be sure to get many requests for this side dish at future gatherings.
Fresh cranberries cooked with pineapple and blueberries, making for a most delicious combination of flavors and textures. A great twist on an old favorite!
Growing up, this was the one dish we always looked forward to. We only had it twice a year, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Before Grandma passed away, she gave us the recipe. Enjoy.
This is the best stuffing that I have EVER had. It is 100% homemade (less the store purchased croutons that my Great grandmother made from scratch!!) THIS IS NOT A FAST MADE RECIPE. YOU HAVE TO COMMIT TO THIS ONE!
Incredible taste combination of tangy dressing over sweet pears, smokey bacon, crisp nuts, and good-for-you spinach.
A green bean casserole made using "real" ingredients, other than the canned fried onions.
Black Rice aka Dirty Rice. This is a turkey stuffing most often used in the South in place of traditional bread dressings. The blacker the rice; the better the stuffing. The s e c r e t of black rice is the chicken livers. The darker you cook them the blacker the rice. Also you can add more livers if you want.
Using a few basic ingredients, this stuffing baked in the oven has been a favorite at our Thanksgiving meal for years. It can be prepared the night before and refrigerated until ready to bake.
This was a requested recipe.
This is a recipe I got from my mom...we use it as a side dish and its always a hit!
Great, simple stuffing you'll eat down to the last crumb on Thanksgiving.
Rice dressing for a 10-12 pound bird.
This is the original Wilted Spinach Salad as first served by The Cove restaurant in Los Angeles. The only addition is the optional hard boiled egg garnish.
Toasted Almond and Wine Soaked Apples served on top of lettuce greens with a Honey-Cream Cheese, poppy seed dressing.
This is a really, really simple dish to make. It's been a Thanksgiving tradition ever since my mother made it when I was young. It's even awesome reheated in the microwave!