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5 Great Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes
Have you started to wrap your mind around Thanksgiving yet? Professionally, I have. (Those brussels sprouts you’re seeing on the website don’t appear there unless I come up with recipes in August!) Personally, hmmm . . . I’m getting there. Writing this newsletter should help.
 
There are many folks who agree that the Thanksgiving meal is pretty much all about the sides. I like the turkey for sure, but I don’t think I’d want to sit down to a meal that was comprised of a big old turkey and a side salad. And there’s another reason that Thanksgiving is all about the sides in our house, and in many other homes
we have quite a few vegetarians at the table, including my mom, my sister, and my niece. So for them, the turkey is basically decorative (at best).
 
Therefore our table is filled with sides, and those sides are varied and substantial enough to make up a meal for those not partaking of the bird. Here are but a handful of the dishes that have and will appear on our buffet (there will also be mashed potatoes
that is a given).
 
But first, a P.S., it’s also the time of year where those that are hungry or food insecure really feel the pinch. And I am proud to be on the boards of two organizations who work feverishly all year round to make sure that everyone in this country and in New York City, where I live, have enough to eat. So if you would consider making a donation to No Kid Hungry, the nation’s largest childhood hunger relief charity, or City Harvest, New York City’s largest food rescue organization, you can really make a difference. In the case of No Kid Hungry, every $50 dollars you give can provide up to 500 meals for a child who is still facing hunger. And in the case of City Harvest, every $1 donated helps City Harvest rescue and deliver fresh, healthy food for four New Yorkers for a day.

Thank you, and wishing everyone a delicious and festive holiday season.

 
Sweet potatoes deserve many shining moments, and also to be scalloped.

Click here for the recipe. 

This sophisticated, but not at all complicated, brussels sprouts recipe is pretty close to divine.

Click here for the recipe. 
This is the type of dish that vegetarians are delighted to see on a holiday tablecolorful and protein-filled and satisfying.

Click here for the recipe. 
There is so much going on in this stuffing, and for me it is the most tempting side dish on the table. If you’re not looking for a vegetarian stuffing, you can also mix in some browned and crumbled sausage or some crumbled crispy bacon or pancetta for extra flavor (add any additional salt judiciously if you do that, as the pork will add some saltiness).

Click here for the recipe. 

This is an updated version of a favorite holiday side dish—fresh mushrooms, fresh green beans, fresh crispy shallot topping. Forget everything you thought you knew about this casserole.

Click here for the recipe.
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE . . .
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