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Tuesday, November 23

It's All About the Veggies

I've never met a vegetable that I don't like {well, except for baby corn, which just freaks me out & has a weird texture}, so Thanksgiving to me is more about the veggies than the center-stage bird. Honestly, I've often filled my plate with delicious-looking sides and completely forgotten about the whole turkey thing. After I stumbled upon this article, my stance on vegetables was only more solidified.

I absolutely love Thanksgiving. An entire day devoted to family, friends, blessings, and food? It's perfect. This year I'm trying out recipes with a twist on the traditional. Here are some veggies that are contenders for this year's table.

PW Green Bean Casserole

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

PW Rosemary Acorn Squash Wedges

Jalapeno Cheddar Corn Bread

What are you cooking this Thanksgiving?

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FourJedis said...

Sounds delish! I had blogged about it, but I'm making Smoked chorizo stuffing and red curry pumpkin soup. I, too, love veggies... except I'm not at all a fan of turnips. I've tried them so many different ways, and it's just not working out. MMMH those brussel sprouts... my kids even love brussel sprouts!

McMel said...

i love most veggies, but can't do squash, carrots, turnips or brussel sprouts. of course, i had no idea brussel sprouts were such a big thanksgiving side dish, but i've seen them everywhere this year. i just made stuffing and a dessert salad this year