Thanksgiving is coming up fast, and if you’re as organized as I am, you don’t have a clue what you’ll be cooking. Luckily, some of our favorite bloggers have been bragging about all the amazing things they’ll be cooking. And since many of them are far better cooks than I, I’m sure they won’t mind if I borrow a few of their recipes for my own Thanksgiving feast! And on the off chance that you could use some help too, here are some of the best recipes we’ve found for the holiday!
BusyDad went a little crazy with some Kikkoman panko bread crumbs and soy sauce. Serial killer crazy. If you’re a fan of Showtime’s Dexter, he has a video on how Dexter would approach Thanksgiving – with nigh surgical precision and ample protective clothing. And the recipes are uber-tasty too!
BusyMom, who is not related to BusyDad in any way, shape or form, is a mommy blogger from waaaaaay back and brings little Southern flair to Thanksgiving. She swears by this apple and sausage cornbread stuffing recipe. It looks a-maz-ing!
Over at Whiskey In My Sippy Cup, the infamous Mr. Lady is known not only for leaving Canada under questionable circumstances, but also for putting out one heck of a Thanksgiving spread. She’s a self-professed “amazing cook” and says Thanksgiving is her finest hour. Luckily, she revealed her turkey-day secrets in a post!
When she’s not giving Bobby Flay a beatdown on Food Network, The Pioneer Woman is always cooking up something. She’s got a huge sweet tooth though, so more often than not you can find some spectacular desserts lurking among the incredible photography on her site. For Thanksgiving she brings us some recipes that could bring even the strongest man to his knees. The plethora of pies she brings to the table is particularly dangerous.
Brenda from Mejorando Mi Hogar is adding a little tropical flair to her Thanksgiving feast with a unique pineapple-basted turkey recipe! Sure, it’s a bit different than the usual holiday fare, but it doesn’t hurt to switch things up a bit from year to year. Plus, you’ll get a sweet little Spanish lesson as you translate the recipe!
But no matter what you make – enjoy your time with family and friends. So from our family to yours, have a wonderful Thanksgiving!