Don't fret this year about your Thanksgiving feast, follow this simple menu and you will surely impress your friends and family. Trust me everything is really easy and very tasty.
Everyone loves to snack on creamy, tart deviled eggs. Throw together this quick and easy appetizer with mayonnaise, mustard, and vinegar to satisfy guests at your next event.
Apple-Rosemary Roasted Turkey
In this recipe, the turkey is given a fresh twist with added tartness of apples and delectable aroma of rosemary. Here, the turkey cavity is not only stuffed with apple, onion and rosemary but also injected with apple juice concentrate and butter mixture to infuse optimum flavors. The remaining drippings after roasting are then simmered with flour to make a super-tasty sauce to be served with roasted turkey. This turkey is sure to become a favorite dish on your holiday buffet.
This one of the best ever stuffing recipe pulls you out of your comfort zone but it’s all worth the effort. And the results are awe-inspiring and marvelous for the fancy dinners or when you are having company. In this recipe cornbread muffins are used as a base for the added sausage, celery, dried cherries, nuts, honey and herbs stuffing. Serve with an English brown ale.
Mac & Cheese
This dish is one of our most popular recipes for kids, but the whole family will love this classic comfort food. With a quick and easy blend of pasta, cheese, and butter, it's also one of our most simple meal ideas. You can have this cheesy, delicious dish on the table in no time.
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Cooked sweet potatoes mashed with the maple syrup and butter, give this side extra body and lots of flavors. Serve this smart recipe with roasted chicken breasts.
Aioli Mashed Potatoes With Chives
The delicious mashed potatoes are served with Provencal classic aioli in this irresistible side. This aioli is also excellent on fish or shellfish for fast weeknight meals.
This classic cranberry jam is a pretty gift for the festivities and holidays. This is not a kind of the usual too-sweet jam to only eat on your peanut butter sandwich, rather it’s one of the easy recipes for beginners that you can fill your holiday cookies with or decorate your desserts. Try this once and your family may become addicted.
This rich, gorgeous and succulent pie is made by combining a creamy simmered meringue with the heavy cream, molasses, light brown sugar, maple syrup and egg yolks, then pour the mixture over pecans scattered on a pie shell.
About Chef Robert
My food philosophy is simple; food should be a feast of all five senses. Meals should be based on simple, tasty and smart recipes that are easy to follow. Instead of serving processed junk, I prefer to use fresh & seasonal ingredients. I gravitate towards all cuisines that are BIG on flavor. By cooking at home, we can all eat healthier and save money.