Thanksgiving (or, any holiday) Ideas

Cherry (tomato) Bombs, The Doris Project, Week 44: November 12, 2014
A cherry or grape tomato wrapped in a fresh basil leaf and then with a half slice of good bacon and cooked in a (very) hot oven. What could be simpler, or tastier?

Chicken, Whole, Apple, Garlic, and Sage Roasted: November 4, 2014
Try applying these flavors and technique to your holiday turkey; I believe you will be pleased.

Corn Casserole, The Doris Project, Week 40: October 15, 2014
A combination of corns and macaroni and cheese and man! is it tasty! Mebbe too rich for everyday, but just think about adding this to your holiday feast.

Cranberry Relish: November 22, 2013
A MUST HAVE for most holiday tables, I’ve been making this relish, the recipe from Julia Child, since the 1980’s; and actually canning the relish so I can keep the jars on the pantry shelf until needed is a wicked cool update.
Parfait! Cranberry Relish: November 16, 2016

Dates, Bacon Wrapped: October 31, 2014
No trick! This treat is wicked simple, but almost scarey good.

Devil’s Rain Salad: September 15, 2014
Spicy nutty beet-y goodness on a platter. Nice everyday with a steak, most excellent along side your feast.

Green Beans, Apple Cider: November 3, 2014
I used tiny haricot vert ’cause they’re my favorites, but you could use plain frozen green beans if you prefer.

Green Bean Casserole: November 13, 2014
Wait – it’s not what you think! Sure, this dish starts out with canned green beans, but after that, it’s all about the fresh, baby. Well… fresh, and the buttery cracker topping.

Green Chile Cream Cheese Dip: January 26, 2016

Stuffing, Sage Sausage, Again: November 15, 2016

Thanksgiving Leftovers: November 28, 2014

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