Thanksgiving Menu: Alternatives to Turkey

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Diane Sawyer's Mom's Pecan Pie

Whether you say pee-Kahn or pEE-kan, it's a pie from the mother of ABC News' Diane Sawyer. That will automatically make it a conversation-starter at your Thanksgiving dinner. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or a strong cup of coffee and chat about the good, ole Southern days whether you experienced them or not.


CLICK HERE for step-by-step instructions.


Gingersnaps

Gingersnaps

We were thinking about the kiddies when we added gingersnaps to the menu. If they don't want the pie, offer them these cookies with a mug of apple cider or warm milk. And again store this recipe for later because we're sure you'll want these gingersnaps to make an encore for the next big holiday celebration ie. Christmas.


CLICK HERE for step-by-step instructions.

Shopping List

Butcher or Deli:

free-range chicken
2-pound pork rack

Fruits and Vegetables:

butternut squash
white pepper
yellow onions
red delicious apples
golden delicious apples
lemon
raisins
craisins
Spanish onions
cauliflower
broccoli

Oils, Condiments and Spices:

salt
black pepper
olive oil
fresh ginger
cinnamon
star anise
rosemary
EVOO
garlic
molasses
vinegar
baking soda
ground ginger
ground cinnamon
ground cloves
ground cardamom
mayonnaise
dark corn syrup
white wine vinegar
Emeril's Original Essence or Creole seasoning
cayenne
thyme

Baking Goods:

all-purpose flour
maple sugar
white bread flour
light brown sugar
vegetable shortening
self-rising flour
granulated sugar

Dairy and Juices:

buttermilk
eggs
sweet butter
apple cider
heavy cream
unsalted butter
milk
cheddar cheese

Miscellaneous:

pecans
chicken stock

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