Recipe Round Up: Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving- Atlantica Autumn Newsletter

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and we’ve compiled a few of our favourite Thanksgiving dinner recipes with local ingredients so you can add a bit of local to your table this year. Filled with fall inspiration, from light appetizers to a sweet pumpkin pie finale, you can complete your ultimate Thanksgiving feast with lots of local flare.

1. Honey Roasted Apple & Parsnip Soup

Soup for the soul. Warm-up your guests for their first course with this flavourful and seasonal Honey Roasted Apple & Parsnip Soup. While soup tastes good without extras, it tastes even better with them. Cue the bread and cheese.

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2. Quinoa with Roasted Butternut Squash

Worried about having time or energy while you’re juggling the main dish, side dishes, and all your relatives? This Quinoa and Roasted Butternut Squash dish can be made beforehand and have it all ready to go on Thanksgiving Day. And the bonus? It’s delicious!

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3. Mulled Apple Cider

Mulled Cider

Hot Mulled Apple Cider is a must-have at all fall shindigs. Not only is this beverage warm and inviting, but the pot of steaming cider will also fill your home with aromas of apple and spice to welcome all your guests.

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4. Maple Blueberry Pork Loin Roast

Maple Blueberry Pork Roast

This take on a traditional Pork Loin Roast will be sure to spice up your dinner. A sticky glaze of Nova Scotia maple syrup mixed with blueberry juice makes this a memorable dish for your special occasion.

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5. Pumpkin Pie

This classic Pumpkin Pie will be just enough to tempt your family. A homemade rich all-butter crust paired with roasted and pureed local pumpkins – Thanksgiving pie never looked so good.

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