Thanksgiving is just around the corner and the internet is loaded with recipes for every conceivable dish you could ever wish to grace your holiday table. I have decided to buck the trend and not offer up any of my own takes on Thanksgiving recipes, at least this year. Instead I thought I would offer up a number of great sites that have done an amazing job of creating recipes to help you set the perfect holiday table. Some might say that I’ve taken the easy way out, and that may be true, but do you really need me to offer up yet another recipe for cranberry relish, stuffing or pecan pie, especially when these sites have done such a great job?
I have been following Elena over at Biscuits and Such for a number of months now and have been very impressed by her blog and recipes so I was thrilled when she created this index for Holiday Eats from recipes on her blog. I am especially intrigued by her Roasted Mango and Habanero Turkey. I won’t get a chance to try it for T-Day as I am not cooking this year (letting the in laws do that) but I will be trying it out sometime soon!
Personally, I never tire of Thanksgiving leftovers. I could eat turkey sandwiches for a few weeks before tiring of them, but for many people the leftovers quickly become tiresome. Luckily the folks over at Texas Less Traveled have come up with a couple of wonderful recipes that help take the boredom out of T-Day leftovers.
Every once in awhile I come across an item and think to myself, “Why have I never thought of this?” The concept is so simple or so logical I can’t believe I have never thought of it before. Such is the case with the Cranberry Pie offered up by Colleen over at Souffle Bombay.
Finally, in an act of shameless self promotion I offer up this article I wrote for Chef Talk, on my favorite way to prepare my Thanksgiving turkey, grilling it.