Juicy Thanksgiving Turkey
My grandmother and mother passed this recipe on to me. It changes just a little every year, because we've never written it down before. But it is always incredibly juicy and succulent!
Honey and Rosemary Sweet Potatoes
Baked until chewy on the outside and soft on the inside, these are a perfect balance of salty and sweet. The rosemary makes them addictive.
Asparagus with Cranberries and Pine Nuts
This is a quick, easy way to saute asparagus. The dish has a light flavor and makes a great accompaniment to Italian meals. I make this year-round, but we especially enjoy it on Thanksgiving.
Duck Fat-Roasted Brussels Sprouts
A few tablespoons of duck and a very hot oven is all you need to turn some sleepy Brussels sprouts into something much more special.
Simple Roasted Butternut Squash
Butternut squash is so good on its own, that barely any seasoning is needed. This recipe is so simple and easy.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
This recipe is from my mother. It may sound strange, but these are really good and very easy to make. The Brussels sprouts should be brown with a bit of black on the outside when done. Any leftovers can be reheated or even just eaten cold from the fridge. I don't know how, but they taste sweet and salty at the same time!
This will make enough for one recipe of pumpkin pie. But you could increase amounts to keep a mix on hand. These spices added to a pumpkin pie make the dish as far as I am concerned.
Roast Spatchcock Turkey
This roasting method results in the juiciest, crispiest turkey cooked in a fraction of the time it usually takes. The secret is to remove the backbone and flatten out the bird. Carving is a whole lot easier, too. Once you try it, you might never go back.
Simple Deep Fried Turkey
If you like a more traditional tasting turkey, this is the one for you. No injecting, no marinades, no complicated rubs.
Baked Sweet Potatoes
Very healthy and tasty sweet potatoes that will be a great addition to any meal. Very easy!