Thanksgiving? Already? It feels as if it was yesterday, well, maybe that’s an exaggeration but it is hard to keep track of festivities when here, at the editors’ realm, we’re fully immersed in December publications –which are already talking about New Year’s resolutions, ski destinations and eggnog.
But fret not because, foreseeing this flash-forward, we had already selected some delectable thanksgiving dishes from November’s publications.
Without further ado here are some of the best we found, for those of you who may be in need of last minute recipes, cooking inspiration, or just want to reassure yourselves how much better your mother’s glazed turkey is –compared to Martha Stewart’s–.
Country Living claims to have the best-ever thanksgiving recipes, and who are we to say otherwise?
Country Living, November 2012.
Crunchy sweet crust as a result of boiling down maple syrup until it’s almost crystalized? Dare we say genius?
Martha Stewart Living, November 2012.
Oysters and hominy precede a thanksgiving feast on the Chesapeake Bay where turkey is served with the foods of Virginia’s earliest settlers.
Saveur Magazine, November 2012.
From fresh Cranberry Relish to Squash-Spiked Mashed Potatoes, Whole Living displays a myriad of healthy, yet delicious, heartfelt side dishes.
Whole Living, November 2012.
On such a special day we haven’t forgotten the vegetarians, Vegetarian Times presents a mouthwatering plant-based menu.
Vegetarian Times, November 2012.
And for those out there who like to get the job done themselves chef Andrew Herman’s from feather to table approach might be just the perfect read.
Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine, October 2012.