Our neighbors to the North in Canada already had their Thanksgiving celebration around the time of Columbus Day activities here in the USA.
In the states, we’re now looking forward to celebrating our Thanksgiving time with family and friends this November. I don’t think it’s too soon to start planning ahead for that celebration.
Read on for some suggestions if you want to get a head start on your planning for this year.
Below are some Thanksgiving Celebration Menu Suggestions.
If any family members, friends, or guests attending your celebration will require special dietary considerations be taken into account, then please do go ahead and seek out recipes to address those considerations such as gluten-free recipes and caveats, for example.
A number of other recipes can be adapted to take into account concerns for amounts and types of specific ingredients that contribute to carbohydrate, fat, and/or sodium content, etc.,so keep that in mind as you read through any recipes and make plans for your holiday celebration feast.
I’ll have posts with related key recipe details and/or links to versions on the www, so…
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Thanksgiving Celebration Menu Suggestions
*Some Alternatives to the Baked Sweet Potatoes/ Souffle Include: