Tag: thanksgiving

20 Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Side Dishes.

These days, almost everyone has a friend or a family member who eats a gluten-free diet.   I do.  Although my immediate family isn’t gluten-free, I try to have a gluten-free option when I host a get-together at my house.  Eating a gluten-free meal is easier than you think!   Here is […]

 

Apple Cinnamon Brussels Sprouts

I have gotten into adding cinnamon to savory fall dishes this season. You will love the aroma of cinnamon when you are cooking these in the oven.   Once you learn how to make roasted brussels sprouts, you will be hooked! They’re super quick and simple to make.  You can always […]

 

Hot Buttered Rum Roasted Carrots

This post may contain affiliate links.  I always include a bag of baby carrots, AND a bag of full-sized carrots on my online grocery order each week.  The baby carrots are for my three-year-old because he loves to dip them in ranch.  I always run out of my bag of […]

 

Instant Pot Rice Stuffing

This post may contain affiliate links I know that a food blogger’s best business practices include posting  Thanksgiving recipes before Thanksgiving, not after. Still, my little stuffing experiment worked out so well, and I wanted to share it before it gets lost in the archives of my kitchen. ‘ I have […]

 

Instant Pot Ginger Snap Sweet Potatoes

This post may contain affiliate links  I don’t have many Thanksgiving recipes up on this site.  This is crazy for so many reasons, one of which is that I have been hosting Thanksgiving at my house since I was 23 years old.  My reasoning for this lack of Thanksgiving food […]

 

Butternut Squash Zuppa Toscana

This post may contain affiliate links Even as someone who has Italian heritage, and generally doesn’t think of the Olive Garden as being authentic Italian Food, I am still a sucker for their soup, salad, and breadsticks. This year I have shared with you a few of my favorite ” […]

 

Instant Pot Frozen Turkey Breast

This post may contain affiliate links  Because I am in a never-ending search and attempting to get my family to eat healthier, I have started cooking turkey breast rolls on Sunday nights and keeping turkey breast in the fridge for healthier lunches. Cooking fresh turkey is: healthier than processed lunch […]

 

Minted Carrots

Thank-you to Sugar In The Raw® for sponsoring today’s post #intheraw.  I have been compensated for this post.  All opinions are entirely my own.    Carrots. Such mundane food, yet some of my very favorite things to eat are made from carrots.  My favorite gingery soup is made from carrots, my […]

 

Pressure Cooker Cheesy Cauliflower

This post contains affiliate links.  Abruptly, This fall, all three of my sons started loving and gobbling up cauliflower with cheese.   Sometimes I make a cheese sauce, and sometimes I just top the steamed cauliflower with shredded cheese.  My middle son, who has never been very excited about eating will […]

 

Sausage gravy green bean casserole

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias #CookingWithOdoms In my house, we love green beans all year round.  We have two vertical garden boxes devoted to just green beans every summer, we enjoy canned green beans for a quick side […]

 

Salted Caramel Pumpkin Latte

Thank-you to Stevia In The Raw® for sponsoring today’s post #intheraw.  I have been compensated for this post.  All opinions are entirely my own.    It has been raining here in Iowa for precisely ten straight days.  It. Can. Stop. Any. Time. Now.   There is something about the gloomy weather that […]

 

Butternut Apple Cider Soup

This post contains affiliate links.  A few years ago, I shared with you a recipe for Pumpkin-Apple Cider Bisque.   This pumpkin apple cider bisque was supposed to be a replica of soup that I have every Christmas when my mom, sister in law and I  go out for our Christmas […]