Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner at Anna's Table
Thanksgiving is the one holiday where I never stray from traditional "tried and true" recipes. The only variation you'll find is in the dessert choices from year to year. Let me share some photos with you. I would also like to thank my guest who was kind enough to share photo taking duties, and allow me to get the meal to the table.
Turkey with stuffing and gravy, served with orange cranberry relish, sweet potato carrot casserole, Brussels sprouts, creamy mashed potatoes and cheesy cauliflower au gratin
Cauliflower au Gratin
Sweet potato and carrot casserole
Apple Flan.......Tarte au Pomme
Best ever Carrot Pineapple Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting.
Now that's a feast worth giving thanks over and over again! Looks divine.ReplyDelete
What a splendid feast! I love your cauliflower gratin.ReplyDelete
Thanks Angie. The cauliflower was really decadent with loads of cheese in the bechamel sauce. I used a mix of old cheddar and Gruyere in the sauce and for the topping.ReplyDelete
Spicie Foodie, thanks for the sweet comment. Everyone seemed to enjoy the meal, and somehow we even managed to leave some room for the dessert.ReplyDelete
what a lovely spread .. everything looks so good. what an excellent chef you are.. got any left overs?:)ReplyDelete
Wow! That is one fantastic Thanksgiving dinner...I absolutely am dying over that 1st photo! Everything looks fantastic :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for leaving such a lovely comment. I just checked your site and the cake is beyond beautiful. You can tell you're passionate about baking.
Magic of Spice, thanks so much.ReplyDelete