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Swedish Beets with Horseradish Cream

This recipe for Swedish Beets and Horseradish Cream is delicious served with either a prime rib for Christmas, or as a side at your Thanksgiving Turkey dinner. We made this with prime rib at our good friend’s home in Portland, Oregon, and it’s a delicious accompaniment to your roasted meats thanks to that delicious horseradish …

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Turkey Gravy

A good turkey gravy recipe is essential to your holiday repertoire. Although my mother-in-law usually takes the honors for making the holiday gravy, she’s never written down the recipe — which we need her to do! In the meantime, as we work on getting the secret, this is our second-best recipe, haha! The key to …

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Sauteed Green Beans with Garlic & Sherry

This fresh sautéed green beans recipe is lightly seasoned with my garlic-shallot puree and sherry wine for an easy side dish during the holidays. It’s also a great way to sneak some greens into your daily meals! To cook fresh green beans, first wash and pat them dry, then remove the tough stem ends. After …

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Hot Brown Turkey Sandwich

This Kentucky Hot Brown Turkey Sandwich recipe is a great way to use up your Thanksgiving turkey leftovers. This classic hot brown sandwich, made popular by chef Fred Schmidt at the Louisville Brown Hotel, is a 1920s classic. It’s an open-faced turkey sandwich, topped with Mornay sauce, bacon, tomato and fresh parsley, and then broiled …

Scalloped Potato Recipe

Thanksgiving is almost here, and this scalloped potato recipe —inspired by one of the great American chefs Charlie Trotter — are a nice alternative to mashed potatoes for your Thanksgiving dinner. Although this recipe calls for my garlic-shallot puree, you can also use fresh cloves of garlic as a substitute. Scalloped potatoes take some time and …

Raw Cranberry Relish Recipe

This raw cranberry relish recipe was given to us by a friend more than 20 years ago, and it remains one of our favorite condiments for roast turkey on Christmas or Thanksgiving. Unlike the cooked and jellied goop that you find in the can, this cranberry relish is fresh and crunchy — with a bit …