Garlic-infused olive oil roasted brussels sprouts are tossed with a balsamic honey syrup, leaving them crispy on the outside and oozing with flavor on the inside.
brussels sprouts with balsamic honey

Let’s keep things short and simple.

You’ve got turkeys to baste, I’ve got wedding vows to write, Jordan almonds to stress eat, and a wedding war zone in my living room.

Wanna trade?

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apple butter

1. Welcome to my kitchen table. Otherwise known as APPLE BUTTER HELL.

2. Okay, fine, so I got the hang of it by the end, but it still took 5 hours to make 40 jars. Times 3. So glad it’s done. So I can turn my attention to PIE.

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For those of us who have a savory tooth in the morning: artichoke and goat cheese strata. Cheesy comfort in every bite.
artichoke and goat cheese strata

You can’t even imagine the insanity.

Unless you’ve gotten married before. Then you can totally imagine the insanity.

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vegetarian thanksgiving recipe roundup

My Thanksgiving menu planning “technique”, as some might call it, usually involves me, Wednesday night, in a supermarket doing tequila shots like it’s my job. Mostly because HAVE YOU EVER BEEN IN A SUPERMARKET THE NIGHT BEFORE THANKSGIVING. It is not a pretty sight.

As much as I’m sure the stress of last minute menu planning does wonders for my blood pressure (in opposite world), I thought this year I would do something different. Mix it up. Live on the edge.

And plan ahead.

You’re skeptical, I know, but the good news is that if I’m going down, you’re going down with me! And to help us out on this organized menu planning journey, I’ve compiled a list of all my favorite (vegetarian!) Thanksgiving recipes from Eats Well With Others past.

Let’s do this.

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Tired of feeling like a short order cook as you make breakfast all morning? This buckwheat Dutch baby with maple cranberry sauce is baked in the oven, so it requires no flipping or standing over a stove for hours while everyone else gets to eat and make merry!

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Nespresso USA. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
buckwheat dutch baby with maple cranberry sauce

We live by few rules in my apartment but one of the most heavily enforced is this: I don’t flip pancakes before I’ve had my coffee.

I mean, let’s be honest, we’re lucky that I can make it from the bedroom to the kitchen to make the coffee before I’ve had my coffee.

Adding flour, sugar, butter, and hand-eye coordination into the mix is just not a good idea.

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