Why is Thanksgiving Night Different from All Other Nights?

 
Why is Thanksgiving Night Different from All Other Nights

November 19th 2009By Jamie Geller

 

Whole Wheat Challah Stuffing with Dried Cranberries and Sage

 
Whole Wheat Challah Stuffing with Dried Cranberries and Sage

November 15th 2010By Jamie Geller

You can use any leftover bread for this recipe, but I like the health bonus of using whole wheat challah and it adds a nice nutty flavor that compliments the chestnuts in this dish. Don't save this recipe for Thanksgiving, it is really fabulous any time.

 

What Do I Serve for Thanksgiving Weekend Brunch?

 
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November 24th 2010By Jamie Geller

Jamie Geller answers a reader's question about what to serve her houseguests for brunch on Thanksgiving weekend.

 

Turn Thanksgiving Leftovers Into a Friday Night Feast

 
Turn Thanksgiving Leftovers Into a Friday Night Feast

November 28th 2009By Felisa Billet

 

Turkey Leg Confit

 

November 13th 2013By Chef Laura Frankel

This decadent preparation of turkey legs is delicious. The turkey leg meat because silky and intensely flavored from the slow cooking method.

 

Turkey Latkes with Black Pepper Gravy

 

October 8th 2013By Jamie Geller

Make these savory latkes that eat like a meal for the 2nd night of Chanukah with your leftover Thanksgiving turkey. The perfect Hanukkah/Thanksgiving idea for leftovers, you might just decide to make a Chanukkah turkey next year.

 

Turkey Chili with Loaded Cornbread Muffins

 
turkey chili loaded with cornbread muffins

January 17th 2012By Jamie Geller

 

Thanksgivukkah Tablescape Ideas *Giveaway*

 
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November 6th 2013By Cathy Epstein

 

Thanksgiving Savory Hamantaschen

 
Thanksgiving Hamantaschen

February 26th 2014By Melinda Strauss

Purim and Thanksgiving come together for the perfect holiday bite! These savory hamantaschen, filled with ground turkey, roasted squash and tons of sage, are perfect as an appetizer or as a side dish. Serve with your favorite cranberry sauce.

 

Thanksgiving Inspired Savory Hamantaschen

 
Thanksgiving Hamantaschen

February 27th 2014By Melinda Strauss

 

Sweet Potato Latkes

 
Sweet Potato Latkes

November 15th 2010By joyofkosher

These are best if you grate by hand, but for a large crowd the food processor is a must.

 

Sweet or Savory Cranberry Latkes

 
sweet or savory cranberry latkes

October 8th 2013By Jamie Geller

These Thanksgivukkah potato latkes are filled with cranberries, but retain a bit of spice and savory flavorings. To turn these tart turkey day latkes into a sweet side omit the pepper, reduce the salt to a pinch, and add 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon and 3 tablespoons sugar.

 

Sweet and Spicy Sweet Potato Latkes

 
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July 10th 2013By fbogus

A real "Gold" medal winner for your Hanukkah table or any time you serve brisket or roast turkey, sweet potato latkes are a treat.

 

Streuseled Sweet Potato Casserole

 

August 18th 2010By maxine

Perfect side dish for Thanksgiving or anytime you want to mix sweet and nutty with potatoes!

 

Southwestern Turkey Breast with Green Chile Stuffing

 
Southwestern Turkey Breast and Green Chili Stuffing

November 9th 2011By Jamie Geller

 

Smoked Turkey Rosti Latke

 
Smoked Turkey Rosti Latke

November 12th 2013By Melinda Strauss

A Rosti is a Swiss dish of grated potatoes formed into a flat cake and fried....sound familiar?!? It's basically just an oversized latke pancake. This smoked turkey latke was inspired by a traditional rosti for a Chanukah/Thanksgiving combo that is out of this world. You can even make these as smaller latkes by adding 3 eggs and 1/3 cup potato starch or all-purpose flour to bring the potatoes, onions and turkey together.

 

Skillet Cornbread with Dried Cranberries and Sage

 
Skillet Cornbread with Dried Cranberries and Sage

November 10th 2011By Jamie Geller

 

Quick Pumpkin Pie

 
Non Dairy Thanksgiving Desserts

November 10th 2011By Shoshana Ohriner

 

Perfect Pecan Pie

 
Classic Non Dairy Thanksgiving Desserts

November 21st 2012By Shoshana Ohriner

 

Non Dairy Beet Green Casserole

 
non dairy beet green casserole

October 21st 2013By Tamar Genger MA, RD

This beet green casserole can really be made with any hardy winter green, I think escarole, chard and kale would all work well. If you are making dairy you can probably add cheese, but it really does not need it. It sits well and reheats great and is a perfect substitute for a Green Bean Casserole.