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The 5 Most Popular Thanksgiving Recipes ever on Chewing the Fat

The 5 Most Popular Thanksgiving Recipes ever on Chewing the Fat
         Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday bar none.  Everybody in the country celebrates it from the Kashmiri Cab Driver to the Trinidadian Nurse to the Canadian immigrant.  It’s the most American of all holidays, even if Canada has something called “Action de Grace” or Canadian Thanksgiving.  This is held in October probably because by November, the frozen north often lives up to its name and even the Brussels Sprouts have frost on them. American Thanksgiving goes back to the first European arrival on these shores, in 1620.  Given that we’re almost at Thanksgiving’s 400th year, we were bound to get some recipes right by now.  And although Chewing the Fat has only been around for four Thanksgivings, we’ve had a terrific response to our Thanksgiving recipes.   And since we’re up to our ears getting Monte’s Ham out to our growing list of customers, I thought we’d revisit the 5 most popular Thanksgiving Recipes.  I’m even going to put them in reverse order.  Drumbeat Please!

The fifth most popular Thanksgiving recipe is…a glorious side dish that combines Fall vegetables in a rich gratin that’s perfect with Turkey and Ham. Clink on the link below and go to the recipe.
The fourth most popular Thanksgiving Recipe is…what else? Our Ultimate Cranberry Relish!  This recipe was carried across the sea..so it’s not only a great Cranberry dish, it’s got a great story that comes along with it… http://www.chewingthefat.us.com/2011/11/thanksgiving-101-ultimate-cranberry.html
 
The third most popular Thanksgiving Recipe is…a Dessert that puts together two Thanksgiving favorites – Pecans and Pumpkin in one spectacular cake that I wouldn’t just save for this holiday. I know this one’s become a Thanksgiving tradition in more homes than one… http://www.chewingthefat.us.com/2011/11/thanksgiving-101-brown-butter-pumpkin.html
The second most popular Thanksgiving Recipe is…one that uses leftover Turkey. No surprise here!  We’ve roasted a whole turkey just to enjoy this family favorite which celebrates one of the last family-owned turkey farms in America.
The most popular Thanksgiving Recipe is…
Andrew’s Family Recipe for Cornbread and Sausage Stuffing.  Ever since we added red pepper to the mix, we’ve brought more color to this dish than ever before.  And well over one thousand people have viewed and raved about this recipe:

 
Happy Thanksgiving One and All.  We’ll be back the day after Thanksgiving! 


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