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Thankingsgiving - Turning The Bland Into Brilliant

 

Everyone thinks the Christmas holidays is the only time period where you pack on pounds because of food. This statement may be true when you look at other holidays like Easter, St. Patrick’s Day and New Year’s Eve, but what about Thanksgiving?

 

Everyone thinks the Christmas holidays is the only time period where you pack on pounds because of food. This statement may be true when you look at other holidays like Easter, St. Patrick’s Day and New Year’s Eve, but what about Thanksgiving?

When the leaves change colour, it means that Thanksgiving is coming, which generally means turkey, more turkey and turkey sandwiches. At Thanksgiving dinner, everyone has a second helping.

Even the kids! Plus you can’t forget about the snacks you had before dinner and dessert: which may include pumpkin pie, apple pie, strawberry-rhubarb pie and anything else that can be served with whipped topping.

But Thanksgiving dinners do tend to get a bit boring; the same old food is served every year. There’s stuffing, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables and cranberry sauce. What about something else for a change?

There is a solution: because with the help of households all over the world, there is a wide variety of dishes that can help you make a unique and tasty dinner for your whole family.

When it comes to preparing the turkey, there’s always a negative impact on our delicate dinner plans. It has all happened to us. You know, that one Thanksgiving day where everything just seems to be going wrong.

The turkey hasn’t defrosted yet, one of your aunts forgot to make her famous apple pie and the grandchildren are constantly nagging everyone in their sights.

After a couple hours of chaos and confusion, the food is finally set on the table and everyone’s ready to dig in. But there’s just one problem: the turkey’s dry.

No one likes dry turkey and no one ever will. Your taste buds just yell out for help when they experience turkey as dry as the Sahara Desert.

Gravy does give you a helping hand when it comes to achieving a better taste, but do you really want to depend on it all the time? The following glazes are sure to add some zip to that turkey of yours!

Apricot Glaze

http://www.recipeland.com/recipe/704/

Apple-Mustard Glaze

http://www.recipeland.com/recipe/434/

Bourbon-Mustard Glaze

http://www.recipeland.com/recipe/3187/

Honey-Dijon Glaze

http://www.recipeland.com/recipe/11698/

TURKEY WITH APRICOT CHARDONNAY GLAZE https://recipeland.com/recipe/v/turkey-apricot-chardonnay-glaze-54553

HERB-ROASTED TURKEY WITH CITRUS GLAZE https://recipeland.com/recipe/v/herb-roasted-turkey-citrus-glaz-47914

ROASTED MAPLE ORANGE GLAZED TURKEY

https://recipeland.com/recipe/v/roasted-maple-orange-glazed-tur-51055

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