TWISTS ON CLASSIC THANKSGIVING INGREDIENTS

Most Thanksgiving dinners feature the usual suspects of Fall ingredients, but how can you make them more interesting? Here are a few recipes to change up your menu.
  1. Roasted Squash Creme Brûlée
    Squash is normally a side dish, but it deserves a turn at dessert stardom! It's warm, unusual, and downright classy: http://to.pbs.org/1N1Q0vh
  2. Crustless Apple Pie
    Apple Pie is a Thanksgiving standard, and we love that this version create individualized mini-versions! The pie filling bakes inside the apple itself: http://to.pbs.org/1N1PWLO
  3. Carrots al Pastor
    You've seen carrots steamed, you've seen them roasted, but let's try something completely different. That's right - these carrots are marinated "al pastor" style: http://to.pbs.org/1N1PH3t
  4. Spiced Cranberry Sangria
    Forget conjealed cranberries sitting in a bowl. Let's drink it! The cranberries are reduced to a syrup, and sangria is easy to make for a large group: http://to.pbs.org/1N1PMnY
  5. Roasted Squash Cornbread
    Including roasted squash in your cornbread recipe gives it a rich golden color and a moist crumbs: http://to.pbs.org/1N1PTjd
  6. Pumpkin Maple Creme Caramel
    The popularity of "pumpkin spice" gave pumpkin a bad name. This creme caramel recipe is the PR campaign that pumpkin needs. It's a custard dessert of silky goodness: http://to.pbs.org/1N1PBZE
  7. Delicata Squash and Sage Biscuits
    Parker House Rolls get all the glory on Thanksgiving. We're infusing squash's Fall flavor into these biscuits, and they are so tender and buttery: http://to.pbs.org/1N1PXQa