Thursday, November 20, 2014

Gathering Some Great New Recipes For The Upcoming Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving dinner is a meal of celebration each and every year. The dinner fare for this day of thanks varies among people from all walks of life but most everyone wants to have that turkey. While browsing today, I discovered WebMD’s wishes to all for a Happy Thanksgiving, whatever your menu might be. Here are three recipes they offer to make your Thanksgiving Day meal a special, tasty, and healthier treat.

Lemon-Garlic Roast Turkey And White Wine Gravy

Instead of using a turkey from the supermarket which has been enhanced with added sodium solution, this recipe gives instructions to brine a natural or organic turkey.

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Brussels Sprouts With Bacon-Horseradish Cream

Sprouts with tight, firm, small deep green heads are the best. If you can find these still on the stalk, that is even better.

Mom’s Apple Squares

This recipe replaces the traditional trans-fat shortening used in the crust with canola oil and butter while swapping half of the all-purpose flour for whole-wheat flour to add a bit of fiber.

What are some of the foods which you have for Thanksgiving dinner that are your family's tradition?

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  1. These dishes look yummy. My husband would absolutely love the Brussels sprouts!

    1. I'm want to do the Brussels sprouts next week, and need to start searching for some more recipe ideas for the upcoming holidays. Thank you so much for visiting the blog!