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Thanksgiving Recipe Round Up

 

Except for the turkey do you know what you are serving for Thanksgiving yet? Don’t know what to take to grandma’s house? Still looking for some thing new or different? Or would you prefer something more traditional?

No matter what you are looking for, More Thyme Than Dough has you covered.

Today’s blog  post is just what its title implies. It is simply a list of the best hors d’oeuvres, side dishes, finger foods, and drinks for Thanksgiving. Just click the recipe title-link and it will take you to the post with that recipe.

Plus I have a new recipe for you today.

And I will share one more new recipe on Friday.

With today’s recipe, Bacon, Green Onion and Swiss Ryes; and Friday’s recipe, Divine Shrimp, plus the 19 recipes below you have 21 recipes to choose from.

And you know if they are More Thyme Than Dough recipes they will be quick and easy to make AND easy on your budget too.

I am sure you will find at least one you will like. And there are plenty of appetizers or finger foods on this list for the football fans in your house who cannot tear themselves away from the TV set and their favorite team even to eat.

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No Mayonnaise Waldorf Salad

Curried Cheese Olive Spread

Apples with Triple Sec

Roasted Red Pepper and Sun-Dried Tomatoes Dip

Sun Dried Tomatoes Bread Dipping Oil

Roasted Winter Vegetables

Cranberry-Pear Sauce

Broccoli with Buttery Lemon Crunch

Goat Cheese with Dried Cranberries and Pistachios

Mushroom Swiss Crostini

Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, Pecans and Cranberries

Sunset Punch (non alcoholic)

Mandarin Orange and Pineapple in Sour Cream

Greek Olives

Mini Reuben Sandwiches

Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Grapefruit Salad

Hot Apple Cider Punch

Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Grapes

Be sure to come back on Friday, as I will have another new recipe for you to make your Thanksgiving celebration tasty.

Featured Recipe   
Bacon, Green Onion and Swiss Rye Bread

This is delicious simplicity. With a salad you could make it a midnight snack, maybe even a lite dinner. But its main function is an appetizer or classic finger food.

This is what you will need:

½ pound bacon

3 green onions

4 ounces shredded Swiss cheese

2-3 tablespoons mayonnaise, or to taste

20 party rye bread slices

Here is what you do.

Dice the bacon and fry it till it is nice and crispsy.

While the bacon is crisping up wash and slice the green onions. Place the green onions in a bowl.

When the bacon is crisp drain the grease. Add the bacon to the bowl with the green onions. Save all that yummy grease for another use.

Then add the cheese, and mayonnaise to the bowl. Mix well.

Place the bread slices on a baking sheet. You may have to broil in two batches depending on the size of your baking sheet and/or broiler.

Place about a half a tablespoon of the mixture on each piece of rye bread and spread out over the bread.

Place under a broiler about 2-3 minutes until the cheese is melted and bubbly. Be careful and watch carefully. Some broilers are super hot. Mine were ready in about 2 minutes.

Done. Fresh out of the oven. Don’t burn your fingers grabbing them off the baking sheet. But do grab away. I’ll make another batch right now!

Serve hot.

Makes about 20 appetizers. Recipe can be doubled or tripled.

Bon appétit!!! 

Cost

½ pound bacon                   $2.15

5 green onions                    $0.24

5 oz Swiss cheese               $1.00

2-3 tbspns mayonnaise        $0.38

20 party rye breads             $1.20

Total cost =$4.97
Cost each slice = $0.25

Quote of the Day

The Pilgrims made seven times more graves than huts.  No Americans have been more impoverished than these who, nevertheless, set aside a day of thanksgiving. 

H.U. Westermayer

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