RECIPE: Thanksgiving Sausage Stuffing Is Turned Into Waffles

Our favorite holiday is Thanksgiving; not just to remember to give thanks for all that we have, but for the foods we don’t make at any other time of year. Why ask why, but as much as we love stuffing and cranberry sauce, we only make them in late November. Perhaps we should mark the…
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RECIPE: Stuffed Sweet Potatoes For November, December & The New Year

Here’s a recipe that adds to the festivities during the holiday months of November and December, and cheers up the gray months of January, February and March. If you’ll be focusing on healthier eating in the new year, note the healthful ingredients in the recipe. The recipe was contributed to the North Carolina Sweet Potato…
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TIP OF THE DAY: 7 Gravy Hacks For Thanksgiving Dinner (Or Anytime)

[1] There’s nothing like a great homemade gravy. Here’s the recipe from What’s Gaby Cooking. A lighter-color gravy is made with a blonde roux. Here’s the recipe from Cook Eat Paleo. [3] For a darker gravy, use a brown roux. Here’s a recipe from Life Love Liz.   Basic gravy is made of three ingredients:…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Pair Beer With Thanksgiving Dinner

[1] Beer goes great with turkey. This is an amusing optic from Joe Morette, a New Hampshire turkey farmer. Back in 1993, one of his birds accidentally knocked over a beer and started drinking it. Since then, Morette has been giving his turkeys beer which, he says, yields a more flavorful and juicy meat. Bonus:…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Stenciled Cheese For Holidays (St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Christmas…)

Add a little luck of the Irish to cheese and other foods, by creating a shamrock garnish made of herbs. You can apply the same technique to other themes: Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day hearts, stars for Christmas, Independence Day and New Year’s, pumpkins for Halloween, and so forth. You also can use edible glitter,…
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