3 Essential Recipes for a Classic Thanksgiving Meal
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We've made it to that time of year where it feels like one holiday after the next - and guess what, we love it! We know Halloween just passed us by, but we're here to serve up our essential guide to a classic Thanksgiving dinner, because it's a holiday, and a meal, that we feel deserves some proper planning. This issue of our eNewsletter features essential planning tips and some classic dishes that nearly everyone expects to be on the Thanksgiving table - the tried and true, no frills recipes that won't let you down.


We don't know about you, but there is nothing that gets us more excited than some hot baked rolls straight out of the oven! They are soft, light, and quite perfect for soaking up gravy, or acting as the vessel for turkey/mashed potatoes/you name it! 

 

These homemade dinner rolls are a Thanksgiving (or any meal for that matter) staple and shouldn't be missed! If you're new to homemade yeast breads, don't worry! These rolls are simple to make, however, they take some time to rise (3 rises total!) - so just be patient! It will be well worth it, we promise!

 

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Cuisinart 9 Speed Hand Mixer
Staub Ceramic 2 Piece Baking Dish Set


Wait! Stop scrolling! We know Brussels Sprouts have gotten a bad rap from all of those mushy, smelly dishes of the past - but Brussels are back and they're better than ever! We've tested a lot of Brussels recipes and we love the simplicity of this one. The pairing of the salty bacon and the sweetness of the maple syrup is knock your socks off good!

 

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Finex Cast Iron Skillet
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OXO 3 Piece Mixing Bowl Set


While we love to get creative with our desserts, there's one that we feel just shouldn't be messed with (and is a must on the Thanksgiving table!). That's pumpkin pie of course! This recipe uses cream instead of evaporated milk, which is just as decadent and delicious. And since we like to stick to the classic when it comes to the recipe, we suggest using your wild hair on the topping/decoration.

 

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9 Inch Leak Proof Springform Pan
KMN Rolling Pins

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