Thanksgiving Roundup

Contrary to how it may seem, what with Christmas things being aired since Halloween, there is indeed a holiday this week.  That’s right – Thanksgiving is this Thursday!  Thanksgiving is a holiday that can strike fear into those who don’t really know how to cook, since food is a major part of the celebration.  But we’re here to help.  While we’re not tackling hosting our own Thanksgiving dinner yet, we figured we would put together a collection of our Thanksgiving recipes and posts for anyone looking for some tips on how to make easy Thanksgiving dishes.

One of the most important parts of a Thanksgiving meal, aside from the turkey, is obviously your gravy. Find out how you can make it in just 5 minutes!

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Food 101: How To Make Turkey/Chicken Gravy

Next, possibly the most important vessel to partner up with that delicious gravy you made, everyone’s favorite side dish, mashed potatoes.

Yay, they say.

Food 101: How To Make Mashed Potatoes

Aside from mashed potatoes, another delightful partner to gravy is a nice batch of warm, homestyle biscuits ready to sop up every last bit.

You know you want them.

Food 101: How To Make Homemade Biscuits

While pumpkin pie is the traditional Thanksgiving dessert, you could also bring some pumpkin bread to add to all the pumpkiny goodness going around.

Yummy pumpkin muffins.

Quick Recipe: Pumpkin Bread/Muffins

If you want an alternative take on the aforementioned pumpkin pie, why not try it as a Pumpkin Pie Pizza? It tastes just as good, and is even easier to make!

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Pizza Lab: Pumpkin Pie Pizza

And finally, after everything is said and done, with your Thanksgiving leftovers you’re going to want to make a Thanksgiving pizza.  Trust me on this.

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Pizza Lab: Thanksgiving Pizza

So now you have at least five handy recipes all conveniently organized in one place for you! We hope you use them well and have a delightful Thanksgiving feast. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to ask us on our Facebook page!

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Posted on November 24, 2014, in Etcetera and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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