Tasty Thanksgiving

November 26, 2010 at 9:52 am 2 comments

We had a lovely Thanksgiving this year. We were able to sit back and not travel (I loathe traveling during this holiday) and I managed to whip up some tasty recipes thanks to the internet and the Food Network.

If you haven’t checked out Closet Cooking yet, you need to (his newest Thanksgiving leftover post is gravy). This guy makes amazing traditional and not-so-traditional recipes and takes incredible photos of them all. I was shown this recipe by a friend weeks ago and vowed that it would be a part of our Thanksgiving table this year. It got rave reviews.

As did the stuffed portabello mushroom caps that Ina from the Food Network showed me just two days before Turkey Day. My dad’s fav part of Thanksgiving is the stuffing, this year I said I’d take it on. He was skeptical and worried (to the point where he made a small dish of his tried and true stuffing recipe). Needless to say, his turned out dry and mine turned out FABULOUS. I dare say that it was the talk of the table :-)


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  • 1. Elly  |  November 28, 2010 at 6:01 pm

    We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving where I am but oh goodness! Those stuffed mushrooms look super tasty! I’m going to have to find a non-holiday related reason to make them :)

  • 2. erynchandler  |  November 29, 2010 at 6:06 am

    Elly, yes please do try them! They were the talk of the table :-)


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