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4 Ways to Spice Up Your Turkey Dinner

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Thanksgiving is a time for seeing family, remembering what we are grateful for and sharing a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner together.

Every family has their Thanksgiving traditions: Some prep the stuffing and cranberries while watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Some gather around the flat screen for turkey day NFL Football (GO SKINS!). Some go to a special church service the evening before. But whatever you do, for the main meal, the turkey is the centerpiece.

Tradition is important. However, lots of cooks like to add a little interest to tradition.  Consider changing things up a little this year with some international flavors on your Thanksgiving turkey, or even just the side dishes.

Italian

You love to go for red sauce pastas and pizza on other holiday weekends — why not add Italian spice to your Thanksgiving turkey, too?

Mexican

Southern flavors are a natural fit with almost any Thanksgiving menu (gravy, anyone?) but take it a bit further south.

Korean

Korean marinades and barbecue glazes are some of the most intoxicating around the globe, with their wonderful blend of sweet, spicy and nutty flavors. Soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic and green onion, as well as mirin (cooking wine) and ginger, are all common ingredients in the Korean pantry.

Indian

Warm Indian spices are so perfect for fall. Anise, cardamom, cinnamon and cumin give a subtle heat and complexity to roasted vegetables and pureed soups.

Saint Germain Catering wishes you a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving

 

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