Welcome to part two of our 2013 Thanksgiving roundup showcasing with some of our members best recipes and entertaining ideas for Canadian Thanksgiving. If you missed part one, you'll want to go back and check it out for even more great ideas!
It all starts with a beautifully set table like Jane and Jennifer at Sunday Crush show us in their post for a Classic and Elegant Thanksgiving Table.
Phyllis at Oracibo shared her Italian Sausage Stuffing for the big bird.
Jennifer at The Best Thing I Ever Ate shared her Thanksgiving Feast for Four menu and recipes!
Bridget at Crosby's shared her Homemade Cranberry Sauce Recipe.
The gang at FoodiePrints share their secrets for Making Thanksgiving Unboring, with Tomatillo and Apple Chutney as an alternative to Cranberry Sauce
Heather at The Culinary Chase added a little zing with her Cranberry Sauce with Horseradish.
And for a recipe for Organic Cranberry Sauce that will make you enough for Thanksgiving and Christmas, check out Cubit's Orangic Living's recipe.
Stephanie at Dollop of Cream shared a beautiful Leek Gratin that would make a unique side dish!
Andrea at Dietetic Directions shared some great tips for curbing overeating over the holidays.
Louisa at Living Lou shared this luscious chocolate pecan pie for dessert!
Melissa at Upbeet brought us this pretty Pumpkin Brûlée as a pumpkin pie alternative.
If you want to stick with pumpkin pie, this version from Barry at Rock Recipes turns it into a Bailey's Irish Cream Pumpkin Tart!
We're very partial to sticky toffee pudding here at FBC so Mallory at Because I Like Chocolate caught our eye with her Pumpkin Sticky Toffee Pudding.
And for portable dessert, how about these cute little apple pie cupcakes from Karen at Kravings?
And last but certainly not least, we have Asiya at Chocolate & Chillies with her twist on pumpkin pie... with a coconut oil pie crust!
Thanks to all our members who contributed posts for this special Thanksgiving roundup and if you missed part one, be sure to check it out. For more great Thanksgiving ideas take a look at our Thanksgiving Pinterest board!
And stay tuned for details on how to participate in our Halloween and December Holiday Roundups!