Thanksgiving Potluck Lunch Recipes
Whether you’re participating in an office potluck or simply getting together with friends or family members a bit early, why not give thanks for, and celebrate, last year’s harvest more than once? Sure, there will always be turkey and gravy in just about any meal that revolves around Thanksgiving and truthfully, those items can get a bit redundant. But those aren’t the only two things that make this holiday delicious. See below for a few festive lunch ideas that are anything but boring.
This is the perfect appetizer for a small to medium sized group. You’ll need roughly 8oz goat cheese, 8oz cream cheese, fresh parsley, chives, thyme, lemon zest, salt & pepper, toasted pine nuts and a sliced baguette or your favorite crackers. Recipe here: http://bit.ly/2oVtZ2A
Thanksgiving is often synonymous with brisk temperatures and that makes for the perfect setting to enjoy hot soup. A cozy bowl will warm you and your guests right up. Recipe here: http://bit.ly/2WZZ41S
It’s common for folks to believe oysters are only good in the summer, but believe it or not, some of the best oysters are ripe for eating during the fall months. Get the recipe for this rich and delicious side dish, here: http://bit.ly/2Cm0JVR
Looking for something a bit healthier to serve this year? You can whip up a kale salad with sweet corn, shelled edamame, bacon bits and a dijon vinegar dressing in no time. Recipe here: http://bit.ly/33u2Oeu
Give those boring corn muffins a kick by adding some grated pepper jack cheese to the mix. Recipe here: http://bit.ly/2oYrm07
Fresh rosemary and thyme mixed with orange, lemon and lots of butter will give your turkey some much-needed flavor. That old boring recipe is now a thing of the past. Recipe here: http://bit.ly/2NrRVnK
This one is salty and it’s sweet and it’s definitely going to be a hit this year! Recipe here: http://bit.ly/2oWkf8h
If you love fried chicken, you’re going to find a new love for deep fried turkey. Just make sure you read up on some safety tips before you get started. Recipe here: http://bit.ly/33rC4Lx
If this dessert doesn’t scream “fall flavors” we don’t know what does! Regular pecan pie has seen better days. Recipe here: http://bit.ly/2Ct6kJT
It’s mouth-watering. It’s irresistible. That’s about all we need to say about this one. Recipe here: http://bit.ly/33uZdMY
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