I’m sure many people buck the green bean casserole trend; unfortunately, my family is not among them. Even DH, who has admittedly become quite a bit more crunchy along with me over the past couple of years, puts his foot down when it comes to what to make his family for Thanksgiving. And so, I can only imagine, what I would serve if the menu were completely up to me.
I love fall, with its winter vegetables and cozy recipes. These side dishes feature local produce and are great any time in the fall or winter but I think are especially great for family celebrations. Without further ado, here are my top 10 choices for unique T-Day side dishes:
- Root Vegetable Gratin with Gruyere
- Heirloom Beans with Leeks
- Au Gratin Cabbage
- Apple Carrot Salad
- Golden Carrot Bake
- Red Taters and Green Grannies
- Maple Glazed Parsnips
- Apple Rice Stuffing
- Butternut Sage Orzo
- Roasted Cauliflower and Sprouts
So what approach do you normally take? Traditional or different recipes?