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Less than a half hour for moist, delicious turkey breast.
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Ok, it’s getting close to Thanksgiving go-time, people. As a cook (and a person) I’m a complete mix of planner (super necessary when you are self-employed) and impulsive/spontaneous human being. (Necessary when your building super shows up at your door unexpectedly with a fresh 7-pound striped bass. This really happened). 

Planning and spontaneity are also a necessary mix if you have kids. Really, both also necessary if you are a human being living in the 21st century. My husband sometimes calls me “The Gerbil"—I choose to think of this as a compliment.

 
So, some Thanksgiving-friendly recipes below from this month on the blog, and plenty (plenty) more a-coming. Read them, make lists, shop ahead . . . or in a week or so just remember that this email is in your in-box.

We begin with the star of the show: the turkey. In less than half an hour you can have a tender, moist turkey breast—a few more minutes will get you gravy—all in the Instant Pot!  This is handy if you just want a breast for a smaller gathering, or if you want to add some extra sliced breast meat (usually the most popular part) to a full turkey platter.

 
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3 MORE RECIPES I'M MAKING THIS MONTH
THE BEST PARMESAN ROASTED POTATOES

When roasted potatoes meet nutty Parmesan only good things can happen. This is no more complicated than making regular roasted potatoes, and adding a handful of one of the world’s greatest cheeses.

Click here for the recipe.
ROASTED CARROTS WITH SPINACH PARSLEY PESTO

Talk about an easy way to brighten up the table or the buffet! And super, super easy. The carrots and the pesto do all of the heavy lifting. (Have you ever made homemade pesto? Seriously, 5 minutes and you’re done). A veritable rainbow on the plate.

Click here for the recipe.
SWEET POTATO PIE WITH WHIPPED CREAM

Do you love pumpkin pie? Then you’ll love this. Cooking with fresh pumpkin intimidates some people, but cooking with cooked sweet potatoes feels—and really is—very accessible. Don’t forget the whipped cream. 

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