Thanksgiving is one of the most food-centric, and thus one of the best, holidays around. Niagara Produce celebrates the only way we know how: Great recipes, made with great ingredients, shared with great friends and family.
If you're looking for an easy recipe in line with Thanksgiving goodness, look no further than the November Recipe of the Month!
Thanksgiving is on Thursday the 22nd, which is the earliest it can possibly fall. November 22nd is also Scarlett Johansson's birthday, Rodney Dangerfield's birthday, and the anniversary of the founding of Denver, Colorado.
I've been practicing my cookie-making skills. You know, to prepare for Thanksgiving. A totally legitimate reason to continuously make cookies, instead of just making them because I can't stop eating them.
Pictured on the left here are oatmeal raisin, made with the ancient family recipe that my grandmother must have given to the Quaker Oats people, because it's on their packaging. They're good, but are they bring to Thanksgiving good?
The pot-luck style Thanksgiving is my favorite. It seems like everyone has a specialty food of some kind, and I'll eat it all. I am thankful that my relatives can cook so well.
What are you thankful for? Let us know on the Facebook page, or tweet it out at @niagaraproduce. If you have a favorite Thanksgiving food or activity you can't wait for, or if you absolutely can't stand stuffing, tweet it out there. You'll feel better.
Stan's drink recipe:
If the tryptophan from the turkey isn't enough to knock you out!
Rocks glass, some ice and cover with Jim Beam, SIP !
Happy Thanksgiving = )