Looking for something new and unique for your Thanksgiving table?
Here are a few recipes curated from popular cooking sites that can use the AAS Winners you’ve grown this year.
Enjoy and be thankful!
Potatoes from seed?
Yes, it is possible with new AAS Winner Clancy.
How many ways can you fix potatoes for Thanksgiving?
Dare we say, no recipes are needed????
The beauty of this recipe is in its simplicity!
Goldilocks Squash is the perfect size and texture for a simple preparation of Acorn Squash Baked with Butter and Brown Sugar from Simply Recipes.
For a savory way to use Goldilocks, try this Sausage Stuffed Acorn Squash from Kevin Is Cooking… who needs turkey?!
Thanksgiving Green Beans
A good basic green bean is always a welcome addition to a hearty Thanksgiving meal. This version from Fifteen Spatulas is aptly named “Thanksgiving Green Beans” and would pair Mascotte green beans with shallots (try using AAS Winner Creme Brulee echalion), garlic, and thyme.
Since Mascotte is such a nice long thin bean, treat them as Haricots Verts by using this recipe from Epicurious for Thin Green Beans with Herb Butter.
More Delicious Green Beans!
Popular Seychelles pole beans would pair wonderfully with bacon and garlic for a more indulgent green bean side dish. This version from Julias Album sautes garlic in butter and olive oil for a very delicious “Yum!”
If the classic green bean casserole is a must with your family, this updated version from Bon Appetit will bring it up a notch while still using Seychelles from your garden.
What is more American than sweet corn?
If oven or stovetop space is at a premium, this Slow Cooker Creamed Corn from Damn Delicious is great made with American Dream sweet corn.
Or, for a unique take on corn, this Asian Corn Succotash from Taste of Home is a lighter, healthier way to use American Dream.
Do you have leftover turkey?
Then this colorful and delicious fall salad from It’s a Veg World After All is perfectly made with AAS Winner Bright Lights Swiss chard.
Is dessert a side dish?
Well…maybe not technically but what is Thanksgiving without a pumpkin dessert? And there are so many AAS winning pumpkins that we include two as recommendations. Either Blue Prince or Pepitas would taste wonderful in Martha Stewart’s Pumpkin Cheesecake.
Bonus: use the seeds from Pepitas to make roasted pumpkin seeds and use both Pepitas and Blue Prince as fall decor prior to baking.
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