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    6 Reviews |  By BecR

    Delicious pumpkin fudge! The perfect treat to enjoy with a mug of hot cider, cocoa or coffee--especially for Halloween or Thanksgiving. From Better Homes & Gardens.

    Recipe #392872

    Yummy fudge for Halloween and Thanksgiving

    Recipe #466912

    Recipe #466147

    I've been reading about dry brining of turkey, which is more convenient as you don't have to deal with a large tub of liquid sloshing about. This recipe is from chef Lee Ann Whippen of Chicago q restaurant. I calculated the formula for a 10 lb bird. Just put the number of pounds of your bird into the servings box to recalculate the right amount of ingredients.

    Recipe #466334

    If you are roasting a chicken or other meat in the oven, save 1/4 cup of the fat drippings, and use to coat the broccoli instead of the olive oil. The variations on this are endless - include tiny baby carrots and cauliflower if desired.

    Recipe #185261

    I always cook this dish in the fall when sweet potatoes are in season and can usually find at a good price. This is a wonderful dish to serve with your Thanksgiving dinner.

    Recipe #103333

    Adapted from familyfun.com, no-bake bite size treats for the holidays!

    Recipe #265371

    This is a great fall dessert pizza. Something a little different, but with familiar flavors. I suggest using Pilsbury crescent roll dough because it tends to unroll a little larger than some store brands.

    Recipe #354043

    1 Reviews |  By LizCl

    Easy to make and delicious.

    Recipe #352662

    You know us Southerners...we love our bourbon and sweet potatoes and pecans. This is a combination of the three. This recipe freezes well. From my mother's big plastic bag of recipes.

    Recipe #263406

    This is a great holiday side dish

    Recipe #11599

    Recipe #349805

    From Food & Wine, Nov 2008. The potato puree can be made ahead and refrigerated overnight, but bring it to room temperature before baking. The pecans can be stored in an airtight container for up to 3 days.

    Recipe #349827

    Pumpkin squares marbled with cream cheese filling. Yum.

    Recipe #346252

    Tasty dish of sweet potatoes with pecans. Best recomendation is from my son-in-law who doen't eat sweet potatoes but loves this dish !

    Recipe #346316

    This recipe was featured in an email from the www.recipe4living.com website. "Your family will gobble up this tried and true Thanksgiving bake." Posted by Brenda Gibson, Landers, CA.

    Recipe #346513

    I was given this recipe from a friend whose family lives in Texas, she stated that this is an old family recipe, but she would like to see others enjoy it also. So have at it and Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #329339

    Here is another version of one of my favorites, great on the Thanksgiving table or at any holiday. From Real Simple Magazine November 2005.

    Recipe #295141

    This is an elegant alternative to traditional pumpkin pie. It is a spicy cake rolled with pumpkin cream. It requires about 30 minutes chilling time, which I have not included in the preparation time.

    Recipe #297414

    Personally, I think this recipe screams "Thanksgiving!" with its combination of apple cider, cranberries, and sweet potatoes. However, I guarantee you will enjoy this at any meal. This can be partially prepared a day ahead, and then finished the day of the big feast.

    Recipe #320765

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