My family doesn’t really have a Thanksgiving tradition except having rice on the table. Since two years ago I started taking control in the kitchen for every holiday that was to come. I like to challenge myself in catering to many of my family and friends, this year I’ll have 15 guest.My menu always changes and I get inspired from other food blogs, cookbooks, the food network, or the cooking channel. I collect many recipe’s and keep it in my Thanksgiving folder and when the holiday comes around I randomly pick and just roll with it. There’s so many delicious recipe’s out there I must try them all! So here I share with you this years Thanksgiving menu.
Warm Piquillo & Crab Dip w/ Crostini (recipe by Food.People.Want )
Cannelini Bean Dip w/ Pita Chips (recipe by Answers En Croute)
Garlic Cheese Bread (recipe by Savory Sweet Life)
Low-Sugar Fresh Cranberry Salsa w/ Cilantro, Lime, and Jalapeno (recipe by Kalyn’s Kitchen)
Cornbread & Chorizo Stuffing (recipe by Handle The Heat) I’ll be using a Spanish non-spicey chorizo.
Cauliflower Gratin w/ Manchego and Almonds (recipe by Houseboat Eats)
Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes (recipe by Baked Bree)
White Rice (recipe by Ecualombian)
Pumpkin, Cranberry, and Pecan Pie (recipe by Beantown Baker)
Sweet Potato Pie (recipe by Bake at 350)
I know what you’re thinking….This is so not Ecualombian. But hey, I like a variety of things and I’m open-minded. Super excited for T-Day!! Happy Holidays!
- Thanksgiving Menu Planning… (rollinoatstampa.com)
- Getting ready for Thanksgiving (professorbainbridge.com)