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Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is on its way! To make your holiday more enjoyable and delectable, I have put together four easy recipes that will hopefully make your Turkey Day and the next day’s leftovers more inspiring and enticing.
The first is a sweet, savory twist on the classic Thanksgiving stuffing. This one made from scratch is quick, effortless and delicious! Asian pear and dried cranberries pair nicely with aromatic onion, celery, coriander and savory.
Next, to liven up your Thanksgiving feast is a bright and perky cranberry citrus sauce; this free spirit at the dinner table, makes everything taste better. Make a double batch of sauce to use as a crucial component to stuffing-bread pudding for brunch. The sweet/ savory combination of this stuffing is perfect alongside the cranberry sauce morphed into a speckled vanilla, cranberry glaze. Ahhh… Enjoy!
Cranberry Asian Pear Stuffing
Makes about 10 cups
Time: about 60 minutes, start to table
1 loaf of day old French bread, about 16 oz.
3 Tablespoons of grapeseed oil
1 ½ teaspoon salt