If you are still planning your menu, consider adding in some new favorites, made with unprocessed, whole foods. Some starters that anyone will love include Brie and Pistachio Stuffed Mushrooms:
Or some Hot-Wing Style Delicata Wedges:
If you like to start with a soup, or if you want a great vegetarian main dish option, try this Roasted Carrot and Parsnip Soup:
For some great side dishes, how about some Maple-Orange Glazed Brussels Sprouts:
An elegant side of Cauliflower with Nigella Browned Butter:
And, of course, my last post is begging to be added as a side, the Sweet Potatoes with Cranberry Butter. If you are a traditionalist, Anne’s Butter and Bourbon Glazed Turkey would be a great main dish, or try some Buffalo Short Ribs with Braised Vegetables, instead. A Stone Fruit Tart or some Coconut Custard, Baked in a Pumpkin would be a fun way to finish the meal.
Whatever you decide to serve, blessings to you and yours, and Happy Thanksgiving!