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Thanksgiving is one of the best excuses we have to get into the kitchen and prepare a special holiday meal for family and friends. The menu I posted is a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch Feast, just like the holiday dinners my mother and grandmothers prepared. It starts with a selection of 'sweets and sours' served at most family gatherings, and features turkey, typical Pennsylvania Dutch side dishes, such as potato and bread filling, the popular and delicious PA Dutch version of stuffing or dressing. Two of my family's favorite holiday pies, pumpkin and mincemeat, complete the meal. I hope you enjoy.
It is convenient to find a menu that provides recipes that you can make for a special occasion, such as my Pennsylvania Dutch Thanksgiving Feast posted above. However, you might want to make some changes to the meal. Or maybe you want to try one new recipe to serve with your traditional dinner. Perhaps you prefer to design a completely different menu that suits your tastes and those of your family. With that in mind, I included a section on the Thanksgiving page called Create Your Own Menu, providing numerous recipes from which you can choose turkey, starter, salad, side, bread and dessert dishes that use ingredients commonly associated with fall and Thanksgiving celebrations. Each section, as well as all of the recipes include links to even more choices, so the possibilities are practically endless.
Starters and Salad Recipes
Side Dish Recipes
Breads and Dessert Recipes
Links to all of the recipes listed above can be found
Additional Thanksgiving Features
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New recipes are always welcomed. For information and to browse all the shared recipes, visit the Shared Family Recipes page.
No matter where I take my guests, it seems they like my kitchen best.
Pennsylvania Dutch Saying