Thanksgiving is next week and I’m hosting it at my condo for the first time this year.I’m a little nervous but looking forward to having my family at my home. This year I’m going for the healthy and simplicity route when it comes to my menu. I’m really loving squash at the moment and I am making this delicious recipe for Maple Glazed Acorn Squash as a side dish. The great about this recipe is that it’s easy to make and doesn’t require several ingredients. Using Maple syrup, cinnamon, all spice, and salt as a rub, your guests will be wishing they had more.
Maple Glazed Acorn Squash
Maple Glazed Acorn Squash The Perfect Thanksgiving Side
Thanksgiving is just a couple of weeks away and many of you are probably writing up your grocery shopping list as we speak. I recently read an article that a key to planning a stress-free thanksgiving is to plan at least a month ahead. While you’ve got your grocery list done, do you have your decor planned and ready to go? I’ve found 10 stylish Thanksgiving Table Settings that are sure to wow your dinner guests.
Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you are spending today with people you love and care about. I’m spending the evening with my family for a nice Thanksgiving meal. I’m up early prepping for tonight’s dinner. I’m making my grandma’s famous mac and cheese, homemade sweet potato rolls, and pecan tassies.
I’m excited to announce that I’m also sharing my recipe for a Brussels Sprouts salad with Fresh Cranberries on PopSugar Food today. So head to PopSugar Food to see the full recipe.
Today I’m excited to announce that I’m guest posting for Better Homes and Gardens on their blog Delish Dish. I’m sharing a recipe for Sweet Potato Au Gratin. Head to their blog to see how I updated this Thanksgiving classic.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and you’ve probably already starting planning what you are going to prepare for dinner. Have you thought about your table settings? Check out several creative ways to decorate your table for Thanksgiving below on budget.