Nov 4 # 1 of 9
Have you worked out what you are making for Thanksgiving dinner?
I am either making a small herb roasted turkey or sherry duck. I plan to make oyster dressing, macaroni and cheese, herb roasted potatoes, salad, rolls and dessert. Jon doesnt like many sides and Thanksgiving is just the two of us. Christmas is the one I really have to cook for lol.
Posted By: chubbyalaskagriz
Nov 5 # 2 of 9
I'm going w/ my sister's family to her inlaws this year, janie. Her mother-in-law is a great cook, but doesn't like to bake- so I volunteered to do most of the baking. My sister will take "special" pumpkin pies (her son cannot eat cinnamon) , but I will take 3 things: 1.) pumpkin cheesecake, 2.) cranberry eggnog pie, and 3.) deep dish pecan pie.
Nov 5 # 3 of 9
I'm having Thanksgiving this year, my turn. I have my turkey in the freezer, will stuff it with apples, onions, and lemon wedges in the neck, and petriidge farm herbed stuffing the other end. MY menu consists of: Turkey, stuffing, spinach pie, cauliflower steamed, green bean casserole, corn on the cob(lets) mashed potato's and gravy, lemon-risotto and cranberry. I will have fresh baked french bread and butter. Appetizers: deviled ham and pineapple pinwheels, cut vegetables with cranberry cream dip, and stuffed cherry tomato's with cheese. Dessert: Amaretto Cheese cake, Apple, Pumpkin, and Blackberry/Cherry Pie and Molasses Spice Cookies with Ginger Sugar.
Nov 5 # 4 of 9
Good heavens that all sounds wonderful you guys!
I would kill for the spincah pie and Amaretto cheese cake recipes...hint hint lol.
Nov 5 # 5 of 9
I posted the Amaretto Cheese cake under pies category and here is the spinach pie recipe I got from a friend on another cooking site and I am going to post it under sides right now