The Fall Fest Community Joins The Thanksgiving Communal Table

by in Community, Holidays, November 14th, 2012

What's Gaby Cooking Sweet Potato Gratin

See what Fall Fest contributors are bringing to the table and tell us what you would bring to the table on Twitter by using the hashtag: #pullupachair.

Cocktails, Appetizers, Salads and Breads:
Haute Apple Pie: Apple Jack
Cooking With Books: Spiced Couscous and Walnut Salad
Mooshu Jenne: Honey Bacon Potato Pops
Food For My Family: Roasted Beet and Lacinato Kale Salad With Lemon Vinaigrette
Big Girls, Small Kitchen: Super Seeded Cornbread

Sides:
Feed Me Phoebe: Cornbread and Wild Rice Stuffing With Hazelnuts and Cranberries
Napa Farmhouse 1885: Chorizo, Cornbread and Tortilla Dressing
Sweet Life: Apple Chorizo Cornbread Stuffing
And Love It, Too: Paleo Green Bean Casserole
Jeanette’s Healthy Living: Sweet Spiced Winter Squash Casserole
Red or Green?: Corn, Peppers and Onion Saute
Simple Bites: Honey Pomegranate Glazed Brussels Sprouts
Virtually Homemade: Fresh Orange and Cranberry Sauce With Toasted Walnuts
What’s Gaby Cooking: Sweet Potato Gratin (pictured above)
The Heritage Cook: Cauliflower Gratin
Creative Culinary: Creamy Mushroom Bake With Parmesan and Panko
Bacon and Souffle: Spicy Carnival Squash

Desserts:
I Am Baker: Pumpkin Bars in a Jar
Add a Pinch: Caramel Pie
Chez Us: Pumpkin Cheesecake With Chocolate Swirls
CookiePie: Pumpkin Dark-Chocolate Tart

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Comments (5)

  1. plkn2hypr says:

    Ok Foodies. I need help
    I made an unbelievable braised lamb shanks in a tomatoe based sauce and have left over sauce that was too awesome to toss
    Does anyone have any ideas of what I can use the sauce on? It has a lamb flavor to it along with others such as garlic, red wine, basil and oregano.
    We are all chickened out this week so NEXT!
    please share your thoughts!

  2. Robin says:

    Meatloaf! Made with lamb, of course!

  3. Consider mixing the sauce with a hearty green such as kale or chard and sauteing them. I always add cooked sauces to my greens as a way to spice them up. Consider it a warm salad dressing with more attitude!

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