Who doesn’t love a piece (or 5) of cheesy buttery garlic bread – it’s a quick and easy side that can easily be thrown together for any dinner party.
These southern-style biscuits are big, fluffy and buttery just as biscuits should be.
Tender, blanched green beans are pan-fried with an aromatic mix of garlic and ginger combined with ground pork.
These Brussels sprouts are roasted until the outside leaves are crisp and slightly charred and the insides are tender.
Smoked Gouda, a hard cheese originating from the Netherlands, adds a creamy buttery texture to the potatoes with just a hint of smokiness.
These honey glazed roasted carrots are great as a side to accompany chicken and other roasts – you can even pop them in the oven so they cook at the same time.
Thanksgiving dishes should take up only limited amounts of preparation time, and these sweet whipped potatoes are a case in point, as they are made easily with a food processor.
Apple butter is a childhood favorite of mine. It's made from my favorite fall fruit mixed with a little bit of sugar and spice and is the perfect topping to a nice golden brown piece of toast.
Not only is the bright green color of this salsa visually appealing, but the bright and creamy flavors are the perfect accompaniment for smoky grilled meats, tacos or when served with chips.
Blanching gives beans a fresh flavor and the perfect texture. This process is also easy to do if you want to make beans to serve later.