- Published on Wednesday, 14 November 2012 08:21
- Written by Eliza Ridgeway
Struck by the new and lingering chill in the air? Maybe it's time to take a break from turkey and consider kimchi for a November pick-me-up.
Need some fresh ideas for your Thanksgiving feast? Browse the Town Crier archive by searching for specific ingredients, or try one of the following:
Roasted veggies, whole grains and well placed indulgences (bacon!) make for side dishes that leave you satisfied, but not groaning.
Tomatoes stuffed with a spicy tomato filling bring a different flavor palette to the holiday table.
With a nod to Britain, an assessment of the yorkshire pudding as ethereal Thanksgiving option.
Butternut squash and risotto make an easy pairing, spiced to match any number of European cooking styles.
Dare to go turkey-free on turkey day? Try Cornish game hen or a multi-fowl roulade.
Or perhaps moscovy duck, paired with turnip?
Believe it or not, carrots make for a brilliantly colored dessert as well.
Trifle makes a very Dickensian dessert, one bright with seasonal color.
Maple syrup and flax seed as earthy flavor to pecan pie squares.
Saffron, rose petals or pistachios can all add a royal touch to Indian rice pudding, dressed up for the holidays.
Follow our guide to hosting a bar for a crowd – don't fear the cocktail!
Apples and chai spice add an autumnal glow to the humble muffin.