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A Gulf Coast Thanksgiving Menu
This year The Food Channel Thanksgiving menu is a tribute to the resilient people along the American Gulf Coast who are once again picking themselves up after yet another disaster, the horrific oil spill of this past summer. We’ll continue to chronicle their comeback in the coming months, so check back often for those stories of courage and perseverance.
Our Thanksgiving menu features turkey, stuffing , crab, shrimp and sweet potato pie—with Bourbon Street flair and lots of Creole accents. You’ll find 17 tantalizing recipes in all, including such standouts as Crab-Stuffed Artichokes—a traditional New Orleans favorite, Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes with Cream Cheese, a refreshing fresh fruit Ambrosia, and Pumpkin Cheesecake with Bourbon Sauce. And don’t miss our “How We Do It” recipe videos. You’ll find them for the Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes, Corn Maque Choux, Cloverleaf Dinner Rolls and more.
This month we unveiled our picks for the top trends in side dishes for this year. The list is based on research conducted by The Food Channel in conjunction with CultureWaves®, the International Food Futurists®, and Mintel International, and is sponsored by McCain Foods USA. Side dishes have elbowed their way onto center stage of late, thanks to Americans’ continued efforts to eat healthier, coupled with pinched budgets in a struggling economy. Here’s a glimpse at what we see happening (click here for the full list, which is annotated with links to cultural and recipe evidence).
Click here to see the remainder of the list, along with trend and recipe evidence.
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