While there are many things to be thankful for this week, the main one on everyone’s mind is: food! Whether you’re cooking for 5 or 50, here are some of our favorite traditional and not-so traditional recipes. Prepare to dazzle and delight with your new culinary skills!
The main event is the bird. If you’ve accidentally left it to the last minute, here’s a guaranteed juicy recipe from The Food Network that won’t require 2 days of brining!
Our personal favorite? The sides! For something that will stick to your ribs, you’ve got to go with garlic mashed potatoes. Try allrecipes.com version for a classic, easy to master recipe.
If you’re looking for something a little off the beaten path, try your hand at Grandma’s Baked Artichoke Hearts! View the flavorful recipe, complete with helpful tips here on thelifejolie.com
For those with a more adventurous palate, consider stuffed acorn squash with chorizo and farro or start off the meal with some incredible tom kha gai soup, both available on thelemonbowl.com
If you’re looking for something sweet that isn’t pumpkin pie, we highly recommend pecan pie. Check out our favorite made-from-scratch recipe from epicurious.com here.
We wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving! Happy eating!