Thursday, November 10, 2011 / 10 Comments

Thanksgiving Weekend Menu


I can't believe it is almost Thanksgiving and already cold again brrr.


I have to say I'm looking forward to Thanksgiving.


I thought I would share with you some of my menu plans.


Main Course:

                     Stuffed Turkey and Dressing in Brine

                               Lingonberry Sauce

                    Pork Tenderloin w/ Cranberry Chutney


Sides:            Mashed Potatoes and Giblet Gravy
                     
                     Cranberry Sauce


                     Sweet Potato Crunch


                     Sauteed Green Beans


                     Broccoli and Cheddar Casserole


Bread:          Homemade Sourdough Bread


Dessert:        Pecan Pie w/ Whipping  Cream


                     Pumkin Chiffon Pie


                     Grandma's Pumpkin Roll


Beverages:   Apple Cider w/ Aspen Mulling Spices


                     Riunite Lambrusco Wine


Snacks:        Rollover Pretzels


                    I can already taste it all!




Happy Planning.




XOXOXO,


Valerie
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10 comments:

  1. What goes in Sweet Potato Crunch? Sounds delicious!

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  2. Wow you are already ON IT! I am still in Halloween planning mode, and I dont really cook for thanksgiving, luckily we do a big family dinner and everyone else cooks! ;)

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  3. Yummmm!! All of these sound great!! I'd love to know more about that sweet potato crunch!

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  4. You're going to have a FEIST! YUM!

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  5. I'm so in love with gravy, I can't even begin to tell you! Now my mouth is watering!!

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  6. Can I come over to your house for Thanksgiving??? This all sounds amazing!

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  7. This all sounds amazing!!! We are still having summer temps here so my brain hasn't even thought of Thanksgiving! I do believe I better start!

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  8. That looks delicious. What time is dinner? :)

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  9. Yummo! It's time to plan ours too! We are going to make some great low carb alternatives too. That way I can eat lots and lots without guilt.

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  10. My very favorite part of Thanksgiving meal is the dressing. I love it and I wish my hubby did because I would make it ALL THE TIME!

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