Sunday, November 13th, 2016

A Few Food Bloggers Share Their Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

Thanksgiving keeps creeping closer and closer, so we have found some fun recipes for you to try from some of our favorite food bloggers! They have shared some of their prized Thanksgiving recipes that they think you should make this year:

  • Kimchi deviled eggs
  • Brussels sprout and caramelized onion salad
  • Autumn salad with horseradish vinaigrette
  • Mashed vegetables
  • Honey pumpkin biscuits
  • Cranberry sauce
  • Pumpkin scones
  • Brussels sprout salad
  • Roasted Brussels sprouts with cranberries and barley
  • Wheat biscuits
  • Butternut squash chips
  • Baked red onions with walnut pesto
  • Roasted potato peels
  • Green been casserole with crispy onions
  • Apple-herb stuffing
  • Cauliflower and breadcrumbs
  • Cranberry-orange breakfast buns
  • Sweet potato cake with toasted marshmallow frosting

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In our Phone a Friend column, we’ll be asking some of our friends around the food world about how they cook and eat. And we want you to join the conversation, too. 

Today: A few of our favorite bloggers share the Thanksgiving recipes they turn to again and again — and which ones they think you should make this year.

Planning a Thanksgiving menu can be overwhelming. We all have our favorite recipes for staples, like mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and stuffing, that we turn to year after year — but it’s also fun to shake up our holiday tables with new recipes, unexpected ingredients, and unchartered cooking methods.

Of course we turn to our tried and true cookbooks — the ones with pages so worn and splattered, only we can understand them — but in these digital times, there’s no better place to seek inspiration than the internet. With this in mind, we asked some of our favorite food bloggers to reveal their go-to Thanksgiving recipes from the World Wide Web. Welcome to Thanksgiving, 2.0.

Molly Yeh at My Name is Yeh: My favorite recipe that I actually make on Thanksgiving is this:

Ingredients: 1 bottle of wine, 1 glass
Directions: Pour wine into glass, drink, repeat, help my mom with the stuffing and the turkey as needed.

Because by the time Thanksgiving rolls around, I have been testing and developing stuffing and pie recipes for the past three months and my stomach is just ready to fall off. My mom and cousin usually take charge with recipe planning for our Thanksgiving, and they do a perfect job. My mom makes these brussels sprouts pretty much every year. They were the brussels sprouts that made me not hate brussels sprouts, mostly because they are crispy and swimming in mustard. So I do look forward to those.

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