Apple cider is a nice after meal drink, so why not spice it up a little for turkey day? A Taste of Koko has created edible apple cups to house delicious, cinnamony cider! (Photo + Recipe by A Taste of Koko)
Pumpkin pie is a staple, but for those that want to be adventurous this Thanksgiving poached pears could be the perfect solution. Yummy Supper has a delicious recipe for pears poached in Lillet with thyme and valencia oranges. (Photo + recipe via Yummy Supper)
Side dishes are just as important as the turkey. My Fabulous Recipes has a great recipe Balsamic Brussels Sprouts that will add a lot of taste and little health to your Thanksgiving. (Recipe + Photo via My Fabulous Recipes)
Peas have never looked so good! A Thought for Food has a delicious recipe for peas with orange and mint, breathing new flavor and life into frozen veggies. (Photography via Brian Samuel + A Thought for Food)
Pomegranates are delicious, regardless of whether or not they have magical powers. And if there is on thing I want on my Thanksgiving menu this year it is Drinking In America’sGinger Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail. It combines three of my favorite ingredients in one glass, what’s not to love. (Photo + Recipes DIA)
A gluten free soup that connects the earth to the sea? This carrot, orange and sweet potato soup with clams and truffle oil from La Tartine Gourmande does just that. (Beautiful photo + recipe from La Tartine Gourmande).