Speaking of Thanksgiving, it is now officially 2 weeks away, and I am feeling the pressure of needing to figure out what the F we're going to do around here at Casa Dena.
I am lucky enough to get the week of Thanksgiving off from work this year, so I am torn between wanting to cook up an amazing feast that takes me all week to prepare and wanting to keep it simple and to one day of cooking, making something new instead of the traditional old bird.
As I find great-sounding recipes for The Big Day, I will post them here. For now, here's a roundup of some great recipes I've seen so far, including some I am pondering cooking up myself this year:
- Turkey Roulade (the recipe I've got my eye on is from Everyday Food with a wild mushroom stuffing, but the one from Gourmet linked to here also looks delicious.)
- Cranberry Sauce Morning-After Muffins (um okay you know how cranberry sauce is my most favorite of Thanksgiving dishes.... these muffins are so genius!)
- The awesome Pioneer Woman has a GREAT round-up of her amazingly rich and buttery Thanksgiving recipes... I am seriously considering making her Creamy Herbed Potatoes.
- And what list of recipes would be complete without something from Martha?