Memorial Day is right around the corner and no matter what your plans are, one thing is for sure, good food is a must! Whether you are hosting a party, are at the beach, or hanging by a pool somewhere (jealous if thats the case), you need to have a yummy spread to serve up to your guests! That's why I've gathered up some of my favorite Memorial Day recipes that are crowd pleasers and perfect for any type of gathering and even just hanging at home!
It's December which means bring on everything holiday! Christmas music on repeat all day everyday, holiday baking, and cozy nights by the tree are just a few of my favorite things about this time of year. I feel like I turn back into a kid as soon as tree goes up, which this year was before Thanksgiving (because I was feeling it..) and I still love Christmas time as much now as when I was a little girl! I'm so excited to start new traditions with Parks and now that he is two, he is really starting to get into Christmas as much as his mama, which totally makes my heart sing. Christmas cookies and cocktails are two of my favorite holiday indulgences and I've got the perfect pairing for you to try this year! My matcha vanilla bean shortbread cookies paired with a boozy matcha white hot chocolate will put you in the holiday spirit immediately!
Alright guys we are less than a week away from Thanksgiving and I am guessing that you have nailed down your basics for the big day but are still trying to figure out the rest, am I right? Well don't worry, because I have your back and am going to hook you up with all of my turkey day favorites! These dishes always make an appearance at our table and I know that you are going to love them too! I'll cover the main dish, sides, and desserts, and even a special cocktail that will have your friends and family more than impressed with your spread! My Thanksgiving recipe round up is here to make your life just a little bit easier!
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Thanksgiving is next week and it's definitely time to nail down your menu for the big day! One item that is a must have on the table is turkey, which sometimes can be a little intimidating when you are dealing with the whole bird! That's why I created a recipe that anyone can make using turkey breast cutlets! Not only is this recipe easier and less time consuming than cooking a whole turkey, but it's also a fun new take on the main course that your whole family will love! My mushroom and bok choy stuffed turkey cutlets are the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving menu and I can't wait for you to make them!
It's official we are in countdown mode until Thanksgiving and I am planning the last of my menu as we speak! Of course there will be turkey, sweet potatoes, and other indulgent foods so I always like to balance those dishes out with a few lighter sides as well! I'm all about a little balance at the table so I can feel good about indulging on a few of my favorites! My apple, kale, and pomegranate salad with apple cider vinaigrette is the perfect salad to add to your Thanksgiving menu this year and everyone will love it!
Um guys...Thanksgiving is two weeks away. What the what? How did this happen because just yesterday it was Halloween. Every year without fail after Halloween rolls around and then the year seems to disappear right in front of my eyes. It is actually kind of sad because this is absolutely my most favorite time of the year. For real, I live for the holiday season! I would already have my tree up if my hubby would allow it, and if we were going to be in town for Thanksgiving to enjoy it! I will tell you that whatever your plans happen to be for Thanksgiving this year, you should put this dry brined brown butter and sage roasted turkey on your list of things to make!