Contents tagged with thanksgiving

  • Butternut Squash Gruyere Gratin

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, fall flavors, fall, Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving sides, casseroles

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    I love gratins and I want to tell you why.

    The formula for gratins is universal and almost any vegetable that can be sliced thin can be the start of the gratin show.

    Sweet potato! Kholrabi! Parsnip! Potato!

    Gratins are a …

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  • A Pleasant Little Leftover Thanksgiving

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, thanksgiving

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    Ahhhh, the thrill of the Thanksgiving feast…that quickly turns into the meal no one wants.

    Isn’t it amazing how just a few hours post-Thanksgiving feast (the one that everyone oooed and awed over), the meal …

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  • Cheddar Bacon Scallion Drop Biscuits

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, thanksgiving

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    Fry. Chop. Stir. Drop. Bake.

    Then glory is yours. This is also knowns as homemade biscuit greatness.

    Truth be told, I’m not much of a biscuit girl. I don’t know why though. Every time I make a batch I think, & …

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  • Jalapeno and Caramelized Onion Mashed Potatoes

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, thanksgiving

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    I ate a lot of mashed potatoes growing up. Once a week our family would have a roast at Granny’s house and instead of roast potatoes she would serve mashed potatoes.

    I still remember the hand held potato masher my …

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  • Roasted Turkey

    Tags: A Pleasant Little Kitchen, thanksgiving

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    Roasting a turkey for the first time is a BIG deal.

    Let me restart. Cooking a turkey, whether it’s your first time or 50th time is a BIG deal. There’s many reasons for the enormity of this project.

    First off, a …

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  • Thanksgiving Tips, Tricks and Recipes

    Tags: Market Street, Thanksgiving, A Pleasant Little Kitchen

    Post and images by guest blogger, Rebecca White, of A Pleasant Little Kitchen. 

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    Thanksgiving.

    This word evokes memories unique to your own past experiences and how “it” has always “been done.”

    There’s nothing like gathering around a table with loved ones and …

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  • Gobble Without the Wobble

    Tags: calories, healthy eating tips, holidays, market street, portions, registered dietitians, thanksgiving, weight management

    On Thanksgiving the average American consumes 4,500 calories (more than two entire days’ worth!) and gains an average of 1-2 pounds. This might not seem like a ton of weight, but including the holiday’s through-out the year your weight gain can add up. There are many easy fixes that can be done to enjoy Thanksgiving meals without all the calories included. A …

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  • A Cranberry FriendsGiving!

    Tags: contest, cranberries, market street, recipe, registered dietitians, thanksgiving

    Friendsgiving is all about celebrating Thanksgiving with your closest friends – either on Thanksgiving or the weeks before or after. Whether your family is far away, or you just love to throw a dinner party with pals, Friendsgiving is the perfect excuse to enjoy delicious cranberry dishes and cocktails with your besties!

     

    The Friendsgiving Planner Checklist: …

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