For Your Table
Cranberries are deliciously sour and slightly sweet and bitter, they're quirky and a little unbalanced. Raw cranberries are usually an acquired taste, some people love them, some folks would rather eat that suspicious jelly that holds the shape of the can. For Chef Kevin's favorite recipe, he uses both.
The turkey might be the star, but delicious, buttery mashed potatoes are the cornerstone of your Thanksgiving meal. Between peeling and mashing, the might seem like an awful lot of work, but those of us in-the-know have a few tips to make this process a breeze!
What are you going to do with all this leftover turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, etc.? As tasty as leftover turkey sandwiches, here's a clever way to utilize a lot of your leftovers so you won't let them go to waste.
For Your Bar
Ah, the Moscow Mule - perfect any time of year, any time of day, for any reason. Its traditional flavors pair so well with so much you could drink one a week for a year and never repeat yourself. For Thanksgiving, I prefer to sip my cranberries and my Cranberry Moscow Mule is the perfect way to do just that.
Pumpkin pie, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin bread, pumpkin cake, pumpkin white Russian? If you want a fall drink you aren't limited to your favorite coffee - on Thanksgiving celebrate all things pumpkin by indulging in the pumpkin star of Dancing Bears Restaurant's fall cocktail menu.