New Side Dishes for your Thanksgiving Dinner

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‘Tis the season for one of the best eating days of the year! While turkey is the main star, side dishes come in a close second. And, don’t forget that leftover side dishes are the best. If you struggle to put something a little different on the table, or maybe you need to take something to a family gathering and don’t want to bring something someone else might bring, here are some recipes that will add something different to your table.
Brussels Sprouts Gratin

landscape-1475527598-clx110116-brussels-sproutsOk, I’ll admit I’m not a huge fan of brussels sprouts but I’d give this a shot if it was on the table. For fans of brussels sprouts, this will be a home run!

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Cheesy Corn Casserole 

thanksgiving-cwar-corn-cheese-beautyIt’s almost mandatory that you have corn of some kind on the Thanksgiving table (especially because we all assume that the pilgrims had it on their tables). So, why not make it a little differently? This recipe makes a typical side dish extra special.

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Roasted Vegetable Salad with Apple Cider Vinaigrette

Roasted Veggies, Yeast Rolls, And Kale-Mashed Potatoes; Photographer: Alison Miksch; Prop Stylist: Buffy Hargett-Miller; Food: Erin Merhar

I love apple cider vinaigrette! It adds a somewhat sweet and tangy flavor to any recipe. Added with roasted vegetables, this one will make the family happy.

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Pumpkin Apple Baked Beans

pumpkin-apple-baked-beans640x360-288x162You can keep normal recipes on your table by just making them a little differently. By adding pumpkin and apple you’ll also make it Fall appropriate.

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Spicy Lemon Cauliflower

landscape-1445368618-thanksgiving-sides-8-1115While a lot of people like cauliflower, it’s hard to know what exactly to do with it. This recipe will give you a way to liven up that cauliflower with the sweet flavor of lemon.

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