REAL Thanksgiving Celebration Feast

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Here are some REAL Thanksgiving favorites.
These dishes can all be prepared in advance.
They can be served all together or separately as side dishes.
Links to the actual recipes are included below each video.


 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS: THE MENU

CHAPTER ONE: GREEN BEAN ONION WALNUT PATE

CHAPTER TWO: LA SOUPE AU PISTOU

CHAPTER THREE: SAVORY PUMPKIN PIE

CHAPTER FOUR: CASSOULET

CHAPTER FIVE: CORN BREAD

CHAPTER SIX: POACHED PEARS WITH CARAMEL SAUCE

CHAPTER SEVEN: PUMPKIN SPICE ICE CREAM

CONCLUSION: HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

 


 

TABLE OF CONTENTS: THE MENU


 


 

CHAPTER ONE: GREEN BEAN ONION WALNUT PATE

Get the recipe: GREEN BEAN ONION WALNUT PATE

 


 

CHAPTER TWO: LA SOUPE AU PISTOU

PART I – Soup

Part II – Pistou

Get the recipe: LA SOUPE AU PISTOU

 


 

CHAPTER THREE: SAVORY PUMPKIN PIE

Get the recipe: SAVORY PUMPKIN PIE

 


 

CHAPTER FOUR: CASSOULET

Get the recipe: CASSOULET 


 

CHAPTER FIVE: CORN BREAD

Get the recipe: CORN BREAD 


 

CHAPTER SIX: POACHED PEARS WITH CARAMEL SAUCE

Get the recipe: POACHED PEARS WITH CARAMEL SAUCE 


 

CHAPTER SEVEN: PUMPKIN SPICE ICE CREAM

Get the recipe: PUMPKIN SPICE ICE CREAM 

 


 

FINALE: HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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  5 comments for “REAL Thanksgiving Celebration Feast

  1. Jessica
    November 21, 2011 at 1:57 pm

    Mmmmmmmm! I’m getting hungry just reading the selections. Keep up the fantastic work!!

  2. Paula
    November 19, 2012 at 7:11 pm

    Hi Caryn :) — I am thinking of trying the Cassoulet but am a little stumped by the “Herb De Provence”. First of all I think I will have a little trouble finding it where I am in Queens and there’s no time now before Thurs. to buy it online. I see from scanning a few websites that I can make the mixture myself. But what about the lavender? That’s a new one to me using lavender in food … I’m a bit skittish about how that would taste. Would you say it’s optional for the cassoulet?

    Love your website, love your videos. You are very lovely!

    • realworldwide
      November 19, 2012 at 7:23 pm

      Hi Paula, Yes, lavender is absolutely optional. All the herbs are. They add a nice touch but the dish is fine without them. Not all blends of herbes de provence are the same. Any mix of basil/rosemary/thyme/marjoram/oregano is fine. Thank you for the very kind words. They mean a lot. Have a great Thanksgiving!

    • Margaret
      November 2, 2017 at 12:09 pm

      I got my Herb deProvence at Walmart

  3. Paula
    November 19, 2012 at 7:21 pm

    hmmm I also see finding “savory” might be a problem. oh well, i think i’ll have to make the dish on another occasion.

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