This is the traditional stuffing that I grew up on. For people throughout the country with New England roots, stuffing made with Bell’s Seasoning is the classic Thanksgiving dish. Bell’s Seasoning, one of the oldest American spice mixes, was created by William G. Bell of Newton, Massachusetts, in 1867. The earthy blend of rosemary, oregano, sage, ginger, marjoram, thyme, and pepper is an old family recipe that remains unchanged to this day.
Because everyone needs Pumpkin Pie Bars!
What a super easy way to cook this Thanksgiving staple. Make these sweet potatoes while your turkey is cooking and focus on the other side dishes that make up your Thanksgiving feast.
For this recipe I chose not to peel the squash, but you may go ahead and peel it if you want.
Apple pie is delicious, but when you add pears and ginger, and you’re definitely kicking it up a notch.
If you’re having a smaller Thanksgiving gathering Stuffed Turkey Breast is a nice alternative to a full turkey. This recipe also makes for a delicious weekend main course. Make sure to let it rest after roasting so that the “stuffing” has time to set.
Now that Halloween is over it’s time to start thinking about Thanksgiving. Conserve is similar to jam or preserves, but typically contains dried fruit and nuts. This Cranberry Conserve is made with cranberries, oranges, raisins and walnuts. You may use it as a delicious spread or use it in place of a traditional cranberry sauce or cranberry relish. Perfect with poultry, or pork, or spread on biscuits or rolls.
Make the most of autumn apples and make apple pie filling ahead of time. It’s a holiday time-saver and allows you to make delicious desserts such as apple pies, turnovers, crisp, or dumplings.
This was the pecan pie that my mother made every Thanksgiving. I didn’t appreciate this pie as a child, but I certainly appreciate it as an adult.
While some people concentrate on the sides, it’s important to get the star of the show just right.