Thanksgiving Recipe Round-Up

Tomorrow is the big day! I hope your turkey is thawing and you have been to the grocery store. If not, good luck fighting the crowds:) Josh is beyond excited to make our turkey using the rotisserie feature in our Thermador oven. He practiced a few weeks ago and was thrilled with the results. We will also be making lots of tasty side dishes and desserts. This is our first year hosting Thanksgiving and we can’t wait! If you are still finalizing your menu, here are a few of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes. We hope you find one, two, or even three to add to your Thanksgiving table.

Breakfast

Appetizers/Salads

Rolls/Biscuits

Side Dishes

Desserts

Happy Thanksgiving! We wish you all a safe, joyous, and tasty holiday.

Maria

I’m Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. I hope you’ll have a great Thanksgiving! I will be making the Sourdough Stuffing with Mushrooms, Apples, & Sage for dinner. Just because we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in Europe doesn’t mean I can’t have this for dinner right? 🙂 Thank you for all the great recipes.

  2. I made the cranberry orange sauce last night.. it came out awesome!!! It was so so simple, but seems like such a fancier dish than regular cranberry sauce : ) Happy Thanksgiving!!

  3. What great ideas! I love reading the round ups before Thanksgiving. My menu’s been set for awhile now, and I am done shopping! But some of yours are tempting! I”ll have to bookmark them and try them on other night.

    Good luck hosting! I’ve hosted a few times, and this is my first year hosting on the island. Rotissierie style is how we did the turkey last year, on our grill. It was just immediate family, so we got away with using a little turkey. This is we have a crowd, so it’s back to brining and into the oven.

    Have a fun holiday!

  4. Great recipe round up! I think we are using the same menu as last year. Not quite as exciting as doing something new, but family will be coming more for Baby Boy then the food (same with you guys!)

    Good luck hosting. I am sure it will go fabulous. Have a Happy Thanksgiving and enjoy the time with that little one 🙂

  5. Great roundup of recipes – I’m so thankful my daughter is hosting tomorrow but I am going to save the roundup for just “ordinary days” during the year and pick and choose at leisure.

    Happy Thanksgiving to one and all and especially for the little one.

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