Thanksgiving in 2020

Thanksgiving is looking a little different this year. While we will all miss the tradition of getting the whole family together, we can also breathe a little easier knowing this year’s gathering will be a bit more relaxed. Fewer dishes, smaller portion sizes, and fewer preferences to work around all sound quite nice. This is the year for breaking traditions, and we’ve pulled together some of our favorite recipes to do just that while still getting in the Thanksgiving spirit. 

Brussels sprouts are one of our must-have dishes on the Thanksgiving menu. This year, we’re loving the idea of swapping out our go-to balsamic glaze for this cranberry glaze.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Culinary Ginger

A smaller menu means you can spend more time on each individual dish and make some a little extra decadent. This butternut squash risotto is the perfect candidate to provide a gourmet touch to your meal this year while keeping your favorite fall flavors involved. 

Swap out the traditional green bean casserole for this French bean salad topped with persimmons. It’s bright, beautiful, and a little sweet. This one looks like it’s destined to become a new favorite.

We hope you all have a fun and safe holiday in the kitchen cooking up something great. Who knows, maybe one of these fun new recipes will make it onto next year’s menu for everyone to try? Whatever you come up with, be sure to share with us on social media!