Thanksgiving Tips with easy recipes, simple ideas for hosting Thanksgiving and essential kitchen appliances.
Classic Corn Flakes Potato Cheesy Casserole recipe made with cubed hash browns, cheese, and sour cream. The perfect side dish for family events! I have a super simple classic holiday casserole side dish recipe for you, Corn Flakes potato casserole. This is one of our family’s favorite side dishes for holidays and Sunday meals. I’m … Continue reading
Crispy bacon and cheese turn your turkey leftovers into a casserole your whole family will love, Leftover Turkey Tater Tot Hotdish! Thanksgiving is over and we’ve had our fill of turkey sandwiches. I took the last of my roasted turkey and decided it was perfect for the Minnesota classic: Tater Tot Hotdish. Sautéed with crispy bacon … Continue reading
Everything you need to know about how to cook a Turkey. Simple instructions and an easy recipe for preparing Turkey and gravy for your family.
Easy cranberry sauce with just five ingredients. A simple recipe for a deliciously sweet and tart cranberry sauce.
Pumpkin Rice is a perfect side dish filled with pumpkin spice, pumpkin seeds, fresh herbs and dried fruit.
Ham and Pickle Dip is just like Minnesota’s favorite appetizer, Pickle roll ups! Perfect for a potluck, picnic or get together! Ham and Pickle Dip Print Author: Alice Seuffert Serves: 8 Ingredients 12 ounces Whipped Cream Cheese 2 tsp Dry Ranch Seasoning 1 cup chopped Ham (chop slices) ¼ cup Dill Pickle Relish … Continue reading
Easy Crock Pot Ham made right in your slow cooker with apple juice, apples, brown sugar, butter and cinnamon.
Reuben donuts are a simple appetizer using leftover corned beef, sauerkraut, shredded swiss cheese and Thousand Island dressing tucked into a biscuit and deep-fried.
What’s the life of your holiday leftovers? Whether it’s turkey or ham that was served at your dinner table this year, find out the safest methods and information for leftovers food safety. Data for this post came from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA FSIS) 2014.
Simple Poached Pears made with apple juice, champagne, water, cinnamon, honey and vanilla.
The Thanksgiving meal is over, now what are you going to do with all those Thanksgiving leftovers? Here are the ten most creative ways to use up all those Thanksgiving leftovers and create completely new meals!
Here are some of my last-minute Thanksgiving meal ideas and a giveaway for a Turducken Roast!
Last year I had the opportunity to try an Original Turducken and shared my experience in my 2013 Thanksgiving Recap. I admitted I was nervous experimenting on Thanksgiving. My family was there and you know what people most look forward to on the Thanksgiving table? The Bird.
Fruitcake doesn’t have the greatest reputation. All of the key things are in there to make it something special but sadly it always falls short. Miserably short. But you know what? People still buy it! I feel bad for it, dried fruit and nuts-it could be so wonderful. So I decided Fruitcake needed a … Continue reading