This may come as a shock to you, but I’ve never cooked a turkey in my whole life.
My family’s Thanksgiving soirees have plenty of food. And by plenty, I mean enough to feed a small army and if they’re at war, the opposing side also. So there’s never any need to worry about the turkey.
In fact, I could bring nothing and every single person would leave stuffed. To put it mildly, there is no lack of food.
So , if you’re anything like me, you’re not planning to make a main dish this Thanksgiving season. You’re just trying to compliment the flavors of what everyone else has already brought.
If you’re still looking for the perfect side dish, dessert, salad or appetizer, I’m your girl. Here’s the run down on my favorite recipes to properly feed even your pickiest relative or more importantly, yourself.
Brad’s Spicy Pimento Cheese — serve with crackers and celery
My Grandmother’s Cheese Ball — a.k.a. the enormous cheese ball the disappeared in two hours at my NYE party.
Sides and Vegetarian Entrees
Pumpkin Risotto with Chicken Sausage (omit sausage to make vegetarian)
Happy prepping for Thanksgiving!