Recipe: Stuffing-Wrapped Sausage Balls (Thanksgiving) (via Among the Tortillas)

Recipe: Stuffing-Wrapped Sausage Balls (Thanksgiving) This recipe comes your way via the man in my life, who loves Thanksgiving, but more importantly, loves sausage. These are Thanksgiving, all in one little bite. They are not vegetarian, clean, healthy, or even all that fast to make, but they're a huge hit around here! They make a great appetizer on Thanksgiving. Recipe: Stuffing-Wrapped Sausage Balls + ground sausage + seasoning, to taste (e.g. salt, pepper, crushed red pepper, etc) + stuffing mix … Read More

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Vegan Chocolate Stout Cupcakes (via the wind-up)

Vegan Chocolate Stout Cupcakes Chocolate Stout Cupcakes with Raspberry filling Here is my finalized Chocolate Adventure cupcake recipe that I submitted for the challenge… after much modification and taste testing I present: Vegan Chocolate Stout cupcakes with Raspberry Filling and Vanilla Coconut Icing This seems like a lot of steps but the filling, crust and icing can all be made ahead of time and are really quite simple so don't be afraid! Even if it doesn't win (it totall … Read More

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Nantucket cranberry pie (via got no milk)

Nantucket cranberry pie This was sooo good that I think I will include it on our Thanksgiving dessert menu. Of course, that would mean eating the same dessert two weeks in a row. Lucky us. Nantucket cranberry pie (slightly adapted from Pioneer Woman) margarine, for greasing 2 heaping cups cranberries 3/4 cups pecans, chopped (measure, then chop) 2/3 cup sugar 1 cup flour 1 cup sugar 1 stick margarine, melted 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1 teaspoon pure almond extract 1/4 teas … Read More

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Thanksgiving Week! Cranberry & Roasted Jalapeño Sauce (via Vivek's Epicurean Adventures)

Thanksgiving Week! Cranberry & Roasted Jalapeño Sauce Why do we only have cranberry sauce during Thanksgiving?! It is, in my opinion, one of the most delicious condiments you can have. As a sweet and tart sauce to roasted meats or spread on some homemade, fluffy buttermilk biscuits, cranberry sauce goes with everything. Perhaps that is why it's on the Thanksgiving menu. I personally love cranberries. When cooked, they have so much natural pectin that the sauce comes out with great texture. My recipe … Read More

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Another Fine Mezze…. (via Cook Eat Live Vegetarian)

Another Fine Mezze....  "The weather outside is frightful but the fire is so delightful…"  These cute little pastries were another part of the Thanksgiving mezze I served on Friday night to our friends Caroline & Jean and that song could have been written for us. As the rain continuously lashed down outside, we were inside enjoying a glass of pink cava by the roaring fireplace. So roaring, in fact, that the glass door of the fire broke about 10 minutes before the … Read More

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Cinnamon Raisin Pull-Apart Muffins (via Bake Five!)

Cinnamon Raisin Pull-Apart Muffins It's addictive, and it smells great. No, it's not crack. It's better than that. Is it cinnamon? Well you got that right, my friend. Would you like some cinnamon on your pretzel? Yes please! How about some cinnamon on your cappuccino? Why yes, please. As you can tell, I have a soft spot for all things cinnamon. Like chocolate, it makes everything taste better. It's like a kiss on a wound to make the pain go away. Or perhaps, a mother's reassurance … Read More

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Cheesy, Salty, Snappy Risotto (via )

Cheesy, Salty, Snappy Risotto Every year for the holidays, one of my husband's clients gives us a Honeybaked Ham. A nice gesture (who doesn’t like being gifted with pork?), but considering it’s only the two of us, it’s quite a bit of food. And besides, I have food ADD, so eating plain ol’ ham day in and day out isn’t gonna work for me. How the heck am I gonna get creative with all this extra ham? My brainstorm went something like this: “Ham…hmmm. Ham and cheese? Yes. Ham and … Read More

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