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Spiced Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin soup with a touch of heat. Keep in mind you may want to prepare your own pumpkin puree a day in advance so it's cold enough to handle.Submitted by AMYNYNJ

Turkey Noodle Casserole from scratch (no salt)

after reading all the nasty articles about chemicals in the can coating of canned soups, I prefer not to use canned soups. So here's a version of the classic recipe from scratch. I just used what I had on hand. The calories may seem high but this also includes a serving of vegetables and is intended as a single dish meal. Also I used only the dark meat because that was what was leftover from Thanksgiving. I do not use salt in my cooking as I prefer to salt at the table. Submitted by AMYNYNJ

Cranberry Pumpkin Spice Cake

Yummy fall treat, pumpkin substitutes for oil.Submitted by AMYNYNJ

Apples and Sweet Potatoes

"Stewed" Apples and Sweet PotatoSubmitted by VWILEY2886

rach's green bean casserole

here in australia we dont have french fried onions so we have to use cornflakes insteadSubmitted by RACHELB92

Pecan Pie
Pecan Pie

As November suddenly creeps up on me, I've been tackling my holiday to-do list.

At the top: develop, test, and master a new version of my grandmother's Pecan Pie recipe that doesn't use corn syrup, but a healthier option without sacrificing the sweet, gooey center. http://www.clearlydeliciousfoodblog.com/20
12/pecan-pie/Submitted by HELANAB86

Carol's Gumbo
Carol's Gumbo

This recipe has been adapted from Ken Wheaton's book The First Annual Grand Praerie Rabbit Festival. Carol substituted chicken for turkey and doubled many of the proportions given the large amounts of leftover poultry we had from Thanksgiving. Additionally, she used okra instead of filé to thicken her broth as well as a handful of new spices and ingredient substitutions. For the original, see here, but for Carol's, keep reading.Submitted by HELANAB86

Smashed Cauliflower
Smashed Cauliflower

This recipe is adapted from my old smashed potatoes post (here) but with cauliflower. However, I found a beautiful version of mashed purple and white cauliflower at the blog Eat. Sleep. Cuddle (here).Submitted by HELANAB86

Roast Turkey
Roast Turkey

This recipe is adapted from Alton Brown’s classic roasted turkey recipe at Food Network (here). I’ve followed Brown’s methods in brining and roasting the bird, but added several ingredients to the brine and aromatic stuffing ingredients for the roast. For other helpful posts on the breast-side down technique, see Elise Bauer’s recipe for her mother’s roast turkey (here); for turkey roasting 101 in all of its details, see here.Submitted by HELANAB86


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