Roasted Cranberry Sauce

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Ah, Thanksgiving. It is that time of year when I come face to face with the fact that I really don’t like cranberry sauce all that much. In fact, I think it is fair to say that I make cranberry sauce for others, meaning that I never spent much time really tasting it and …click to continue Roasted Cranberry Sauce

Roasted Acorn Squash Soup

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This is easy. This is so easy. Yet it is one of the best soup recipes I’ve made. The hardest part of this recipe is cutting the acorn squash in half to roast them. After that it is a cake walk. But if you haven’t done this before and you are not particularly strong …click to continue Roasted Acorn Squash Soup

Sausage and Artichoke Dressing (Stuffing)

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Thanksgiving is about the people and not the food. And some of my best ones have included canned peas, cranberry jelly shaped like a can, and pumpkin pie picked up 3 for $10 at the grocery store. Why? Because I loved the people I was with and love makes food taste good. No amount …click to continue Sausage and Artichoke Dressing (Stuffing)

Thanksgiving Inspiration

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Are you having any holiday blahs, or a total lack of inspiration? Or are you already halfway through your menu, with groceries purchased and a bird in a cooler brining away? My Greenberg Smoked Turkey arrived yesterday and all of a sudden, I’m “in the mood,” so to speak. …click to continue Thanksgiving Inspiration

Cranberry Jelly and Giving Thanks

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If you are in a bind and going to a holiday gathering and someone nonchalantly says, “Just bring a little something,” then for goodness sake call the cranberry sauce. Say loud and clear, “I will bring the homemade cranberry sauce.” Make sure the person writes it down somewhere.

Call the cranberry sauce …click to continue Cranberry Jelly and Giving Thanks

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