Let’s talk turkey. That is a colloquial expression that mean’s “let’s speak frankly.” I know there are many people who don’t like turkey. They feel that it has no flavor and is too easy to overcook. Or, maybe they just have had one too many bad turkey sandwiches made with rubbery turkey cold cuts. I’m a fan of a good turkey. A fresh turkey from a local farm, or even a frozen one of an heirloom breed can be an eye opening gustatory experience. However, the real stars of a Thanksgiving meal are the side dishes. They are packed with flavor and color to make up for anything you feel your turkey may be lacking. As usual, we picked mostly old recipes, which seems especially appropriate for a time of year that we celebrate family and tradition.
Turkey Roasting Time and Temperature for Recipe Above
Turkey Dressing (Stuffing)
Corn Soufflé and Cranberry Glazed Carrots
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Sweet Potato Puffs
Cranberry Sauce and Cranberry Jelly
Applesauce Corn Bread
We hope you have a great Thanksgiving! Thanks for being a ReciFoto member. Keep adding those recipes!
The ReciFoto Team
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Thanksgiving Snack Plate