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    Thanksgiving 2009

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    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Adapted from a recipe by Christie Williamson

    Recipe #322938

    Easy and quick. This is great with pretty much anything. Maybe some grilled steak, seafood, chicken or even a big bowl of bean soup. These are so simple to make and have tons of flavor that really make a plain meal really special.

    Recipe #395785

    These dinner rolls bake to a beautiful golden brown. They are hearty with whole wheat and rich with old-fashioned goodness !

    Recipe #285831

    Careful, these are so tender and addicting.

    Recipe #209542

    These are the softest and most delicious rolls I've ever had. There's NOT a bit of pumpkin flavor....the pumpkin just seems to add moistness and color. My father and brother (who don't eat pumpkin) love these rolls when I make them at holiday dinners. I have to make a double batch because some people just sit and fill up on these rolls instead of dinner. They stay soft for days if wrapped. Prep time includes the waiting time for rising.

    Recipe #116224

    These are a great alternative to traditional sweet potatoes for the holidays. I saw her make them on her Thanksgiving special and they are very easy.

    Recipe #196388

    These are cute little turkeys made out of oreo cookies and candy pieces. They are even easy enough for young children to help make. Gobble! Gobble!

    Recipe #143991

    From Southern Living, this is my favorite pecan pie. The difference comes from the butter, sugar and corn syrup being cooked together before other ingredients are added. I prefer the recipe as stated, but Southern Living says you may also add 3 tablespoons rum with the eggs for a Rum Pecan Pie. Praline liquer is even better. Note the recipe calls for pecan halves, not chopped pecans. It takes about two minutes to arrange the pecans in concentric circles on top of the filling, making a beautiful presentation that will impress your friends and family. I've also used 1 1/2 cups chopped pecans instead of pecan halves.

    Recipe #145689

    This pie crust retains the flavor of an all butter crust, but is flakier because of the shortening. The lemon juice isn't in the recipe for lemon flavour... trust me you won't taste it, but rather to work with the flour and prevent the pastry from being tough. I also find that the dough gives a bigger yield than the original 9 inch size stated, I roll mine relatively thin and can get a full top and bottom for a 26 cm (12 inch) shallow pie dish. I have included 20+ step by step photographs to help you see *exactly* how this is made so that you now have instructions for making an entire pie crust from ingredients to table. The new instructions may look long, but I have only tried to give practical details to that even if this is your first ever pie crust, you will have ALL the information you need for success. Enjoy! ZWT REGION: United States.

    Recipe #26205

    23 Reviews |  By Kree

    A rich, easy side dish that frees up time to prepare the main course! From Taste of Home's Quick Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #67769

    This makes a beautiful presentation, and tastes so yummy (the kids will never know it's got VEGETABLES in it!) A friend passed along the recipe (after we all raved) from a 1978 vegetarian cookbook.

    Recipe #78378

    Found this recipe in Southern Living years ago. Good all year long, but when I can locate good yellow squash in the winter, it's one of my favorite dishes for Thanksgiving or Christmas.

    Recipe #267525

    These are cake like cookies that are topped with a yummy browned butter frosting! My Grandma-Nanny always made these every year in the fall.

    Recipe #189828

    4 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a very unique stuffing. Can be vegan if cooked separately from the bird.

    Recipe #13742

    1 Reviews |  By s'kat

    These are touted as an appetizer, but I loved them on top of a simple green salad. From Sara Moulton Cooks At Home. Prep/Cook times do not include time for toasting walnuts.

    Recipe #48910

    Another recipe submitted by a co-worker for our chili cook-off at work. These were gone in nothing flat!

    Recipe #85201

    The secret to this rich pie is cooking the sugar and corn syrup first. It is definitely not diet food! I bake this pie for 45 minutes according to my oven but you may need to bake longer.

    Recipe #101954

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    These are wonderful little rolls that are very "more-ish", very addictive. You can use any combination of cheeses that you like, we're partial to feta and kashkaval.

    Recipe #28081

    Several reviewers complain about the recipe being too sweet and/or too buttery as originally written. I've included the amounts I use, which I think are 'just right'. Also, since I usually don't have pumpkin pie spice in the house, I use 1 1/2 tsp. cinnamon, 1/2 tsp. nutmeg, 1/4 tsp. cloves and 1/2 tsp. ginger instead. (Tip: Using 2/3 of the cake mix instead of half makes it easy to make 8 cupcakes with the remaining box since the mix calls for 3 eggs.)

    Recipe #2498

    The secret for my buttery tasting moist turkey, is the injector! Yes the large "syringe looking" injector usually used for injecting cajun spices into meats. The result is a very moist turkey, every time! Cook times are based on the size turkey you have. I usually cook a 12 to 15 pounder. I've based cook times on 12 to 15 pound turkey.

    Recipe #102731

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