Thanksgiving Recipes á la GatherYoga
We give thanks for you this Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is this Thursday for those of us following traditional American holiday merrymaking. We wanted to share some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes to inspire you this holiday season.
We give thanks for you. And our families, and friends and each other.
The First Mess: Rosemary Mushroom and Chickpea Ragout on Toast
With or without the toasts, this looks amazing for a starter. Feels so fall and earthy, and just like you are putting dirt in your mouth- in a good way, of course. Another recipe to check on this site is her version of Bulletproof Coffee. Amazing.
The Forest Feast: Endive Bar
I actually did this for my family last year and it was SO fun! Everyone loved it, and no one got overly full, it was just a great, interactive piecemeal (literally) start to the feast.
My New Roots: Butternut Squash, Leek and Apple Soup
This just looks like the poster-child for Thanksgiving. That is all I am going to say about that, but how do you not have some kind of root soup for the festivities? My New Roots always nails it.
101Cookbooks: Quinoa Skillet Bread
Old faithful. That’s 101cookbooks for me. And I am a lover of skillet-bread of all kinds, so this is a no-brainer. YUM. Bread. In a skillet. With a big fat melty slab of grass-fed butter atop. Do it. Even better? Transform this beauty into some stuffing! Now that would be impressive.
Dolly and Oatmeal: Fennel Roasted Carrot and Shallot Salad with Shaved Apples
Okay, okay. I KNOW it’s another salad, but if we are going to be indulging, why not do so with superfoods? This looks insanely good. And with the roast veg touch, it just feels like the essential roast veg component of the meal is covered. Right?
Nutrition Stripped: Raw Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake
Holy grail of Thanksgiving recipes, IMHO. The pumpkin pie. And I have never tasted a sweet baked good from Nutrition Stripped that I haven’t absolutely devoured (or fended off my family of boys from devouring first.) I mean, LOOK at the crust on that pie. Good Goddess. This will be on our table this year.
May gratitude grace your table… and your heart.
With affection and gratitude,
Natalie, Alesha and the Gather family
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