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Lisa's Dinnertime Dish:  Pumpkin Puree and Pepitas

Fresh Pumpkin Puree and Pepitas

In gluten free, Thanksgiving, vegan, Vegetable, Vegetarian On October 15, 2014 1 Comment

Yesterday, my daughter, Nicole helped me make a really cool art project for my kitchen and we had such good time!  For those of you who know me,… Read More »

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Turkey and Roasted Sweet Potato Risotto

Turkey and Roasted Sweet Potato Risotto

In Dinner, Main Dish, Rice, Thanksgiving, Turkey On December 3, 2013 0 Comments

Every year, I always look forward to the leftovers after Thanksgiving.  But I typically don’t do anything terribly special with them.  In fact, my family’s favorite way to… Read More »

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Sweet Peas with Bacon and Onion

Sweet Peas with Bacon and Onion

In Dinner, Main Dish, Side dish, Thanksgiving, Vegetable On October 30, 2013 0 Comments

I think peas are a great vegetable and I’m not talking about the mushy, canned variety.  I’m talking about frozen peas, those vibrant green beauties that give a… Read More »

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Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Brown Butter Maple Sauce (7)

Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Brown Butter Maple Sauce

In Potatoes, Thanksgiving, Vegetable On November 19, 2012 2 Comments

Much of my Thanksgiving menu stays exactly the same every year, but I can usually get away with trying at least one new recipe each year.  Sometimes that… Read More »

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Roast Turkey (4)

Turkey Roasting Basics

In Main Dish, Thanksgiving, Turkey On November 17, 2012 0 Comments

It seems like roasting a turkey stresses a lot of people out, like it’s some mystical secret.  I know I get a little nervous about it every year,… Read More »

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My Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

In Holiday, Thanksgiving On November 8, 2012 2 Comments

I’ve been hosting Thanksgiving at my house for my family for many years now.  Just the other day I was trying to remember when the first year was…. Read More »

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