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11. November

Special foods and customs to celebrate Thanksgiving.

Ada´s Sinful Burnt Sugar Cake star
My great grandma, Ada, used to make this delicious cake for our holiday meals. It´s sweet and ohhhh so delicious, it melts in your mouth!

Baked Eggplant and Peppers star
Eggplant and peppers, two well-loved vegetables in both the Eastern European and Sephardic traditions, are combined in a delicious casserole.

Be Thankful for Freedom star
As part of your holiday celebration, integrate a little color into your feasts by adding a few non-traditional patriotic items to your table.

Cornbread Recipes star
Cornbread is a great favorite around our house. We serve several different versions, as each one of us a favorite consistency and texture. While my husband like his more cake like – I prefer a coarser cornbread. Each person to their own, I say. So lets get some recipes going that will cover us all.

Dailey Chili star
Warm, spicy, delicious.......and........easy! Make this chili to beat the cold!

Disappearing Nacho Dip & Chips star
Want an easy appetizer that will disappear before you know it? Try this great nacho dip at your next family gathering or tailgate party!

Fiesta Fondue star
If you like cheese dip and salsa, this is a great crowd pleaser!

Hanukkah Sweet & Sour Brisket star
This mouth-watering traditional Hanukkah dish may be simmered on top of the stove as well as cooked in a crockpot. You may make it 3 days in advance and chill or freeze for up to six months.

Israeli Salad star
The hallmark of an Israeli salad is that its vegetables are diced very small, resulting in a nice blending of flavors. Let your tomatoes ripen in paper bags in a cool, dark place for two to three days to develop more flavor.

Sausage Stuffing Recipes star
Four great recipes for Sausage Stuffings for you to try at your next get together. Savory sausage is combined with perfect ingredients to compliment any meal! Try Sausage and wild rice or Sausage and potato stuffing and the great traditional recipes of sausage and bread with apples.

Tofu Turkey & Stuffing star
A Vegan Holiday? Want to celebrate with a traditional turkey? Follow these simple directions to create your very own Tofu Turkey with Stuffing!

Turkey Leftovers Soup star
Left over turkey? This delicious soup will help your family to gobble it right up!

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