So, the local farm market has so many pumpkins they are basically giving them away. I purchased 10 sugar pie pumpkins, locally grown for $4! Yep, you read that right, $4. They are 2 for $4 at the big chain grocery store. And, these are organic and grown locally. It really doesn’t get any better….
Looking for a clean, unprocessed, gluten free, but still delicious and hearty Thanksgiving stuffing (or dressing as we southerners call it) recipe? Well, look no further! I created this recipe based on a few stuffing recipes I’ve tried over the years and substituted quinoa for the traditional bread. This recipe could also be made with…
So, continuing on my Thanksgiving theme this week, I made this Cranberry Apple Chutney. I think we may have finally finished up our apples! We had SO many though. There may be a few still hiding in my fridge. I’ll scope it out in the morning. I hope not though because that would mean time for more apple picking!
This Cranberry Apple Chutney would be a great side dish to bring to your families Thanksgiving dinner, and its clean! Its such a nice substitute for traditional cranberry sauce. Its a simple easy Thanksgiving side that can be made early in the morning or even the day before and refrigerated.
This parsnip and sweet potato dish is completely fall and is an excellent Thanksgiving side dish. The local honey is such a nice compliment to the carmelized shallots and crisp parsnips. Now that I’m back from Bermuda, I’m in a Thanksgiving kind of mood. We are going to the in-laws this year so I won’t be planning the menu or really cooking much for the actual day of. I’m itching to make some deliciously fall Thanksgiving fare. So you’ll have to forgive me as I inundate you with recipes over the next week or so! I’m starting with this sweet potato and parsnip dish.