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    Thanksgiving 2005

    A few traditional dishes we have every year and a few new ones. (And one we will never have again!).

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    This was a fantastic side dish for our Thanksgiving feast. I doesn't make a huge bowl full, but we found it to be the perfect amount. I only used 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper, but I could have used a little more. I thought there was too much butter however. 1/4 cup would have been plenty. This recipe is from The Castle, Natchez, Mississippi and featured recently in an article in Taste of the South.

    Recipe #147061

    This is as pretty as it is easy. The sweet and sour salad dressing would be delicious on a variety of other salads as well. Paula Deen made this on Food Network and it looked so delicious I had to try it right away! This recipe is large enough for a big dinner party, but don't be afraid to rescale for a smaller group.

    Recipe #111020

    I have been on a quest to find the best (at least my family's favorite) sweet potato pie. This has been the reigning champion to all since 1992. At Thanksgiving, I cook it and a new contender each year. I am adding strong contenders to my cookbook as well.

    Recipe #18378

    This recipe is from Grandma B. I am especially amused when I take it to a pot luck and people think I bought it because I can top it with the neat cover the ready-made crust comes with! Very easy! Be sure to chill well for a firm cheesecake.

    Recipe #17509

    1 Reviews |  By Veghead

    Perfect summer side dish for grilled or roasted meats.

    Recipe #135068

    One of the best applie pies I have ever tasted. This recipe appeared in our local paper following a apple pie contest at the San Jose Fairmont Hotel. It is from the winner, Diane King.

    Recipe #121829

    For a JUICIER and TASTIER turkey, brine before cooking! If your turkey or chicken is kosher do not brine since it has already been salted. Brining isn't just for poultry but also lean cuts of meat and even fish and shrimp. But you must adjust time to their size. Example; a whole trout takes only 20 minutes and the same with shrimp, a whole chicken takes about 4 hours, a cut up chicken about 2hrs. May add honey or maple surup, may replace some of the water with something like apple cider or coffee. Let loose your creativity. Yes, you have to plan ahead but for little effort the results are WORTH IT!

    Recipe #101391

    This is a MUST at every holiday in our family. I suggest doubling the recipe...it always goes fast!

    Recipe #146022

    The potatoes are ready in our garden, and this is the first recipe I reach for! These are SO good!!

    Recipe #34382

    There is a fantastic restaurant in Springfield, MO where they throw the most delicious rolls at you before, during and after your meal. This is a copy cat recipe of those exact rolls. If you get the chance, visit the restaurant. If not, try these rolls anyway. They are so very good!

    Recipe #102734

    It's everyone's favorite Thanksgiving side. Add diced pimiento for another twist on an traditional favorite. Fresher, lighter flavor than others I have tried.

    Recipe #58046

    Ran across this recipe just before Thanksgiving. WOW! It will now be on my desert table every year. (I may take it to a pot luck or two as well). Fantastically delicious and easy to make. Recipe is originally from Martin Sheen's daughter (Rene Estevez), who used to be a pastry chef.

    Recipe #78730

    This is the moistest turkey I have ever made. The herbs tucked inside the bird and the herb-oil mixture give it a wonderful flavor. Allow 3/4 pound uncooked turkey per person. I like to tuck 3 whole sages leaves under the skin (loosen skin first with a large spoon or other fairly flat, dull tool). As the turkey cooks, the skin becomes transparent and the leaves will show through--and it adds to the flavor!

    Recipe #75238


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