Thursday, November 12, 2009

Bon Appetit

I thought I'd share some of my favorite things
to cook for Thanksgiving

I bought this Bon Appetit magazine in 1994.

Everything looked so yummy!

It has a user's guide to creating the perfect feast.

A Thanksgiving Sampler!

Turkey & Gravy, The Stuffing, The Potatoes, The Vegetables,

Pickles & Relishes, Breads & Rolls,

The HORS D'Oeurves!

Soup & Salads, The Deserts,

The Wines & The Table

I decided I would get away from the traditional dinner.


It was a big hit!

Year after year after year....

15 yrs later, I am still asked to make it again!!!

The pages are getting worn with love

This is so good




Delicious


These are the best ever!!!








Yummy!

Next year I am going to break tradition
and try something new!
Roast Turkey With Herb Rub & Shiitake Mushroom Gravy
Mid-Atlantic & Chestnut Stuffing
Pork and Sausage Gratin
Green Beans & Walnuts

or

Apricot-Glazed Turkey with Roasted Onion & Shallot Gravy
Northwestern Wild Mushroom Stuffing
Mashed Sweet Potatoes & Pears
Turnips & Peas

or

Southwestern Turkey & Garlic-Ancho Chili Paste & Gravy
Southwestern Corn Bread Stuffing
Butternut Squash & Onions
Brussels Sprouts & Lemon peel

They all sound so good!


BON APPETIT!




dusty devoe

13 comments:

Ali said...

Oooh yummy!! Can I come to your house for Thanksgiving?? ;-) I think I like the first or third choice the best for next year....mmmm mushrooms! Huby hates 'em so that will never happen in our house!

Pony Girl said...

I'm getting hungry already! :) Are you making dinner or is nana? I think you usually do a turkey of your own anyway, so you have leftovers!? xo

fernvalley01 said...

Yumm!! what time should I be there?

Maery Rose said...

People do love keeping a tradition like it sounds like your meal has become.

Mikey said...

That made me so hungry! I want Thanksgiving right NOW!!

Desert Rose said...

Yup...it sounds delish!!!

Sares said...

Ah, yes, I've been on the receiving end of this meal more than once. Yummy! I look forward to the turkey and stuffing in a couple of weeks!

Growing Up A Country Girl said...

I'm visiting via City Girl Turned Country Girl -- I can see we have some things in coming -- a love for horses, dogs and food!

Magia da Inês said...

Olá amiga!
Passei para rever seu cantinho... Maravilhoso!
Amei mesmo!...
Um ótimo fim de semana!
Sucesso!!! Felicidades!!!
Beijinhos. Itabira - Brasil

John and Regina Zdravich said...

Wow! Gourmet Thanksgiving Dinner! Just like with the all of your "Cowgirl Bling" I am plain in comparison! Maybe I will come to your place for Thanksgiving dinner!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

oooh! If you decide on the southwestern turkey menu, will you invite me over?
yummy!

This year is going to rather glum for the holidays as hubby will probably be on the road. I'm considering just taking the kidlets to an all-you-can-eat buffet instead of spending the whole day cooking and cleaning up.

Definetely not as nice as what you've got planned for sure. lol!

~Lisa

Michelle said...

Mmmmm.....I'm salivating here! You must be a really good cook.

City girl turned Country Girl said...

That is awesome!!! Yes you are making me hungry too LOL!!! I am so excited for Thanksgiving!!!