Welcome to our second annual Thanksgiving roundup with some of our members best  recipes and entertaining ideas for Canadian Thanksgiving.   We had so many entries this year and we wanted to share all of them so... we're doing this in two parts.  Be sure to join us on Wednesday for part 2!

Brined Turkey | Rock Recipes

Barry from Rock Recipes kicks it off with this beautiful Orange and Clove Brined Roast Turkey.

My Island Kitchen Bistro - Pumpkin Pie

Barbara at My Island Bistro Kitchen  shared her perfect PEI Thanksgiving Menu.

Ceci Nest Pas Un Foodblog CrabappleCranberryChutney_2

Vincci from Ceci n'est pas un food blog made beautiful Cranberry Crabapple Chutney.

Baking Beauties crustless pumpkin pie

Jeanine at The Baking Beauties has a beautiful, gluten-free crustless pumpkin pie.

concord grape pie - the messy baker

Charmian at The Messy Baker shared one of her family's traditions, Concord Grape Pie.

apple pie | jam packed goodness

Carrie from Jam Packed Goodness demonstrates her love for apple pie with this cute heart cut out crust!

Sugar n Stuff Ombre Pumpkin Frozen Dessert

If you want something other than pie, then Leigh-Ann at Sugar n' Stuff has Ombre Pumpkin Frozen Dessert.

Within The Kitchen turkey

The bird is always the focus and Ceecee at Within The Kitchen has this brined turkey looking beautiful.

Mushroom Stuffing Cups | Noshing with the Nolands

For a vegetarian option, Tara at Noshing With the Nolands shared these Vegetarian Mushroom Stuffing Cups.

Food Gypsy Attitude of Gratitude Apple Goji Berry Pie

Cori and the crew at Food Gypsy shared this twist on apple pie with Apple Goji Berry Pie.

one-tough-cookie-pumpkin-pie

Alanna at One. Tough. Cookie shared her recipe for Pumpkin Pie Perfection - and the photos certainly backs up the claim!

Tarte au Sucre Creme Pie | Hun What's For Dinner

Cindy at Hun...What's For Dinner shared her recipe for Tarte Au Sucre - Sugar Cream Pie.

pumpkin apple drink | vanilla and spice

Genevieve at Vanilla & Spice brought the cocktails to the party with her Pumpkin Apple Cider Cocktail.

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Emma Eats | apple spice layer cake

And for another alternative to pie, Liz from Emma Eats shared this beautiful apple spice layer cake with brown sugar cinnamon frosting (and it's dairy free!)

turkey | hungry nomad

Tala at The Hungry Nomad shared another beautiful bird along with some of her other favourite Thanksgiving recipes.

peach and dried cranberry chutney | Cooking with Thas

You can never have too many sides and this Peach and Dried Cranberry Chutney comes from Thas at Cooking With Thas.

lefovers from Keep Calm and Eat On

And we can't forget leftovers like Curried Turkey Pie from Debjani at Keep Calm and Eat On!

Be sure to stop by tomorrow when we do part two of our 2013 Thanksgiving Roundup.  And stay tuned for details on how to participate in our Halloween and December Holiday Roundups!

For more great Thanksgiving ideas, be sure to check out our Pinterest Thanksgiving board full of member's ideas!

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5 Comments

A Canadian Foodie
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BRILLIANT! BRAVO! To see this array of Canadian Thanksgiving food from our Canadian writers displayed with such visual splendor has me overwhelmed this morning. Absolutely stunning and oh oh OH CANADA!
I am so upset that I did not get my links in! I wanted to know how to do the 610 photo exactly – and with dad in the hospital and so much going on that way, did research how – but wasn’t successful – didn’t finish getting that research done. Tried, and it wasn’t working. Darn! I had my homemade cranberry sauce that is so easy – the dressing – maybe that is what you will showcase tomorrow… and how to make a great gravy… all so traditional. I am really enjoying the out of the box ideas above as much as the traditional ones.
🙂
Valerie

Melissa
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That’s too bad Valerie. Really, any piece of photo editing software should let you crop down to your specified dimensions: photoshop, photoshop elements, lightroom. If you don’t have any photo editing software you can use picmokey on-line. It’s free. Here’s a quick, two minute tutorial on how to crop in picmonkey: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JW2vN6K6sQI

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