Preview Those Thanksgiving Recipes!
It’s not always a good idea to try new recipes out right on Thanksgiving. Better to make them at least once in advance. Either that, or I just like to make them twice because then I get to EAT them twice. This is only a good thing if the recipe is a good one. So choose wisely… which is why we test them out first. (See what I did there?)
9. Try out new recipes ahead of time.
A reason to throw a party! You know, I think you could make a party out of this, like one of the other Evernote Ambassadors is doing. How fun to invite your friends over a week or two before the big day, and try out those recipes you’ve been eyeing? Do I need an excuse for a party? Yes. Yes I do. So pass the party hats.
Recipes I’m dying to try, or have tried so far:
Mini Herbed Pommes Anna (Bon Appetit) – So totally making this SOON. Potatoes? Thyme? Roasted? Yes.
Corn Pudding with Mushrooms and Ham (Bon Appetit) – LOVE corn pudding. It’s a sickness. A tasty, tasty sickness.
Best Maple Pumpkin Spice Pie (SimpleBites.net) I actually HAVE tried this one, just a few days ago. So rich and tasty! You only need a tiny piece, and it’s not “too sweet” said the hubs. That’s high praise from a non-dessert eater.
I’m wondering what you’re making? Are you trying something new?
Think Thanksgiving is hard? Au contraire dahling. Start at the beginning of my tips on making Thanksgiving easier.
(Psst... See something inappropriate or unhealthy? Please let me know.)