It’s inevitable that after Thanksgiving, there will be leftovers. Check out these three easy sandwiches to make with that leftover turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing. The best part? Each sandwich pairs easily with a Beaujolais wine.
This sweet and savory Apple and Bacon Stuffing is the best of both worlds. Sweet apples and cranberries paired with savory herbs and bacon then baked into a warm Thanksgiving stuffing… DELICIOUS! Plus, it’s the perfect pair with a glass of Vinho Verde wine, a wine that is ideal with all of your Thanksgiving dishes.
Herb roasted Cornish hens with root vegetables might just be the perfect one pan, Thanksgiving dinner for two or a small group. Individual Cornish hens are crusted with fresh herbs, roasted on a bed of root vegetables and apple and served with a bottle of Pinot Noir.
In a few days, you are about to have a mishmash of leftovers on your hands. Forget turkey sandwiches, a fun pizza dressed up with turkey, cranberries, stuffing and even dollops of mashed potatoes is the way to go. Plus, we have to wines that are the perfect pairs with holiday leftovers.
Have fun with your Thanksgiving wine pairings and serve each course with a different Riesling, all with different levels of sweetness. There really is a Riesling for every dish.
Thanksgiving can be a food-lover’s dream come true, but a wine pairing nightmare. With hearty potato sides and fresh kale salads, it can be hard to find the perfect bottles to pair with all your dishes. Check out these tips and Cavit wines that will help you handle the autumn feast. Cheers!
This holiday season, there are bound to be glasses full of wine, champagne and delicious cocktails. Are you the designated driver this year? Or do you just not really feel like drinking every day? This blackberry float is your savior – it’s absolutely delicious, looks fancy, and tastes sparkly. Feel the buzz of the holidays with or without liquor.
If “Turkey Anxiety” was a real term, it’s a mutual feeling all Thanksgiving hosts share. Nothing is more disappointing than slicing into a dry bird after hours of anticipation. Make sure this doesn’t happen! Brining is the secret to preparing perfect poultry. Here are the basic rules of how to brine.
Planning a menu can be overwhelming, let alone pairing wines with the meal that your guests will love. Check out these solid wine recommendations perfect with a Thanksgiving feast.
Thanksgiving is the biggest holiday feast of the year, and it is fast approaching. However, there is no need to dread all the gluttony at the table. Nor will any tastebuds have to sacrifice any savoring. These quintessential Thanksgiving fixings are all gluten-free! Yes, bellies will be stuffed, but not irritated. Go ahead, have those seconds, even thirds.
Whether you are looking for a new kind of autumn spread or the perfect Thanksgiving meal, check out this Mediterranean inspired menu that is sure to surprise and please.
Chef Monika Sudakov , the chef at The Chestnut Street Inn, shares tips to serving holiday guests, even with dietary restrictions, and her maple pumpkin soup.
Are you stuck in a rut with the usual routine for your Thanksgiving turkey? Try a new technique with one of these flavorsome methods for cooking the bird.
Stuffing is a favorite, and there many additions that can make it special. These stuffing recipes will have people talking well after their Thanksgiving nap
A vegetarian side dish perfect for Thanksgiving. Pumpkin rice is easy to create with basic ingredients, but with enough flavor to stand next to the turkey.
“It was my first Thanksgiving in France, and I knew there would be no fried turkey or football. So I loosened my belt and tried to learn from the French.”
All of the extra food during the holiday season can be overwhelming! Why not donate it? Hear what Mary Risley, the founder of Food Runners, has to say.
The colors of this dish are perfect for a festive holiday table, and it can easily be made ahead of time — ideal when the oven is already in use.
For a reprieve from all the pumpkin desserts this Thanksgiving, here is a list of eleven baked goods that use the other sweet fruits of fall’s labor.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on everything we’re thankful for, like the assistance of family, time with loving pets and the power of a really good meatball.
Brussels sprouts are often roasted with deep, smoky flavors for the holidays but this recipe has them pan-seared and paired with bright flavors like tart cranberries.
Maple-basted acorn squash serves as a charming vessel for lightly cinnamon-spiced quinoa in a seasonal side that serves as a nutritious option for your Thanksgiving spread.
Your favorite Thanksgiving flavors are even better the day after when you can load them all onto a sandwich that works just as well with regular bread if you’re not gluten-intolerent.