Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Alternative Thanksgivings

Saveur has some interesting Thanksgiving day menus up on their site, might be useful for people looking for idea for tomorrow.

They have a Mexican inspired menu, includes a chili rubbed turkey and jalapeno cornbread.

A French inspired menu, with Turkey Confit and roasted squash with sage bread crumbs.

A Vegetarian inspired menu, with wheat berry pilaf and pumpkin cheesecake with gingersnap and hazelnut crust.

A Southern inspired menu, with southern mac and cheese and crusty buttermilk biscuits.

A Thanksgiving for two menu, with stuffed turkey breast and cranberries with port.

The menus are pretty diverse, and some of the recipes are interesting enough I may try them someother time.  My menu for Thanksgiving is already pretty set.  I am on the hook for a brined turkey and mashed red potatoes.  My mom is making sweet potato puff (this is ridiculous sweet potatoes and coconut just saying), my mother in law has the biscuits, corn, green bean casserole and pumpkin pie.  I have room and thought space for one more thing, I made boiled cider over the weekend so I may try for an apple tart or something fancy pants.

Are any of you doing something fancy for Turkey day?

10 comments:

  1. Mexican and Southern Thanksgiving sound's sweet

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  2. Wow, the southern inspired seems to be epic!:)

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  3. There is a forever alone thanksgiving menu? Who make it will be millionarie.

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  4. Orang3, I think the microwave meal business has that covered haha.

    These menus look really good though.

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  5. i wonder how they have a mexican thanksgiving menu if we dont celebrate thanksgiving here haha, anyway happy thanksgiving haha

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  6. I am in the UK so no thanks giving here but mexican would be on my table. It looks like the curry roast chicken that Jamie Oliver cooked on TV the other week.

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  7. Yeah these look delicious! I am still privy to the deep fried turkey tho...

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