Last Minute Recipes

Happy Thanksgiving to all! I hope you are spending the day with people you love (or at the very least like!), and that the day is full of delicious food and a rest from the daily grind. I will be back tomorrow with regular posting but today’s post is strictly Thanksgiving, a compilation of recipes seen here on Travel, Wine, and Dine, just in case anyone is in need of a last-minute recipe for today or entertaining this weekend along with a couple of hopefully helpful wine posts.

Sriracha Maple Brussels Sprouts

http://traveleatlove.com/2010/11/sriracha-maple-brussels-sprouts/

Local Mushroom Polenta

http://traveleatlove.com/2010/11/local-mushroom-polenta/

Butternut Apple Soup

http://traveleatlove.com/2010/11/butternut-apple-soup/

Curry  Carrot  Soup

http://traveleatlove.com/2010/10/perfectly-autumn/

Spicy Drunken Brussels Sprouts

http://traveleatlove.com/2009/12/spicy-drunken-brussels-sprouts/

Thanksgiving Soup, for the leftovers!

http://traveleatlove.com/2010/10/thanksgiving-soup/

Wine Pairings from Natalie MacLean

http://traveleatlove.com/2010/11/natalie-macleans-top-ten-gift-wines/

Bubbles for your Budget

http://traveleatlove.com/2010/08/bubbles-for-your-budget/

Thank you all for reading and making this blog so much fun for me to write! Have a wonderful day wherever you are.

What are you cooking up today?

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  1. Lindsay Meyer’s avatar

    Happy Thanksgiving, Meghan!

    I didn’t head home this year and I’ll be making myself some lobster ravioli. Unconventional, yes, but I got to do the whole turkey – potatoes – stuffing – and cranberries thing on Monday evening at a transitional house that my local alumni club has adopted. It was fun to make dinner for the nine families that live there!

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  2. Daisy’s avatar

    what a nice recipe list. happyyyy thanksgiving!

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  3. Michelle’s avatar

    I love all of these recipes! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  4. quickest way to lose weight’s avatar

    Hi! I just wanted to thank you all for your turkey soup suggestions. I’m producing for the 1st time, turkey soup from the carcass. (and only the 2nd time ever had I made turkey!) Your ideas are excellent. I had an thought of what I wanted inside the soup, but wasn’t positive what spices, and so forth. I like the noodles idea, too. So, I’ll be putting in a bunch of veggies and add some pasta, too. I’ve been cooking the carcass off & on for the last two weeks, bringing it to a boil, then simmering for a couple hours. It has been slow since I’ve been so busy I haven’t had time to finish it. My friend, an expert at generating turkey soup said that you could do this forever practically (boiling it, simmer); interesting since I had no concept within the beginning. So, tonight, I’ll finally finish it!

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