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

Local Mushroom Polenta

Butternut Apple Soup

Curry  Carrot  Soup

Spicy Drunken Brussels Sprouts

Thanksgiving Soup, for the leftovers!

Wine Pairings from Natalie MacLean

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!


  2. Daisy’s avatar

    what a nice recipe list. happyyyy thanksgiving!


  3. Michelle’s avatar

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


  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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