If your thinking like me this year...try these:
Don't want the traditional stuffing, try Grit Dressing. Sounds really tasty, and if you don't do bacon then do turkey bacon. Thanksgiving??? Turkey Bacon...sounds like it could work. Lol! This is definitely on our menu!
Interesting alternative to Candied Yams or Mashed Sweet Potatoes. If you don't like blue cheese, then use feta (according to Passion Foodie) or Gorgonzola. Might have to try this!
Now this is so tasty, I get this a lot from this cute little cafe called Sweet Butter in Sherman Oaks. So yummy! I was not a fan of brussels sprouts, but after tasting this salad...I love them! The nuttiness of the Pecorino cheese and the crunchiness of the almonds makes this a winning dish. Add some dried cranberries for a little sweetness.
Very non-traditional, but sounds really good. I don't think I will do this for Thanksgiving, but definitely for a Sunday dinner. Take note that this lasagna is not tomato based, but the ricotta mixed with all the fresh herbs it can be very tasty. Not feeling mushrooms or butternut squash, hmmm...not sure what to tell you.
Ohhhh...this sounds lovely! A little spiciness drizzled over your turkey definitely can't be a bad idea. Looks easy to make and definitely should taste great. It's worth a try!
I close my eyes and imagine eating this with a nice comfy blanket around me. This sounds so yummy! Tired of pecan pie or sweet potato pie? Try this! Pecans, bourbon, butterscotch, and bread...it has to be divine.
What special dishes are you making?
What do you think about these?
Photo Credit: Bon Appetit
And I'm off and running...
J. P. Archie