Well, Thanksgiving is just days away and here I sit under a blanket on the couch with a nasty cold. I haven’t even bought my turkey yet, not to mention any ingredients for anything else. (cough, cough…. sigh) Speaking of turkey, as some of you may recall, last year was my first attempt ever at cooking a Turkey. We took the brining route and the bird was absolutely heavenly. I don’t have the exact recipe, but Alton Brown is usually my go-to guy when it comes to this kind of thing. He’s got what looks like a pretty tasty brine recipe on his website. If you’d rather go the evil scientist route and enlist the help of an injector, we’ve got a delicious recipe for you below from our friend Peter Kennedy at SimplyBeer.com.
The recipes below are tried and true recipe recommendations from Jersey Bites and a few from our favorite local Jersey Bloggers to help make your Thanksgiving a holiday to remember. Stay tuned for tomorrow’s post where we announce the winner’s of the Jersey’s Best Pie Contest.
Lightened Up Broccoli Cheese Soup from Jersey Girl Cooks
Sweet Potato Casserole: from the Family, Friends and Food blog
Roasted Butternut Squash: from the Family, Friends and Food blog
Pepperoni Bread: from Eating in South Jersey
Deborah Smith is the Founder and Executive Editor of JerseyBites.com. Launched in 2007 as a home for her growing collection of recipes, Jersey Bites soon grew into a hub for all things edible in the Garden State. Deborah is also the owner of Parents With Nannies, Inc. which operates a network of nanny employment websites established in 1999. In her spare time, (Ha) she works as a Social Media consultant and speaker. You can learn more about her services and marketing through social media on her blog www.DeborahLSmith.com