Spice up Thanksgiving!

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Like all of you, we are planning our Thanksgiving Dinner. And maybe like us, you are thinking that you would like to stretch your wings a bit this year, and serve something new. Perhaps something with a little more heat than what we normally think of for Thanksgiving?Spice Up Thanksgiving on The Great American Spice Blog!

We can help you out with that! We asked some bloggers to share a few recipes that will really spice things up this Thanksgiving, and I think you will agree that they have outdone themselves – this is an amazing collection!

We aren’t going to mess with your traditional turkey, but here are some ideas for great “fixins” that will make your meal one to remember all year!

We have a few winners on our own blog that you don’t want to miss:
Chili Roasted Winter Squash
Thanksgiving Pumpkin Spice Bread
Cornbread Stuffing … with a kick!Great American Spice Thanksgiving Recipes

Then, go and take a look at these ideas that will take your Thanksgiving table to a whole new level of flavor and spice!

The Creekside Cook Sauteed Radishes with Sea Salt & Lime

The View from Great Island Sweet Potato Spears with Lemongrass Dip

Cooking with Books Spiced Green Bean Casserole

Apron Strings Waffle Iron Winter Squash

Crumb Blog Moroccan Carrot Salad

Karen’s Kitchen Stories Asparagus with Lemon, Mint, and Red Peppers

Very Culinary Spicy Lemon Date Spread

The Creekside Cook Jalapeno Bacon Cornbread

Farm Fresh Feasts Cranberry Salsa

Busy in Brooklyn Cranberry Sriracha Green Beans

Food Faith Fitness Maple Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Curry

Dinners, Dishes and Desserts Jalapeno Cheddar Mashed Potatoes

Remember that we carry an extensive line of great products to help make any holiday more special – and spicy!


Donalyn is a long time food blogger - this is what she has to say about blogging for us: "My husband and I are blissful empty-nesters, enjoying the good life in rural Upstate NY. We grow a huge garden and are always looking for new challenges, the latest of which is brewing beer from our own home grown hops. My take on food is to use the freshest, most local food you can find and give it plenty of flavor. That is where The Great American Spice Company comes in. I've used their products for years, and I'm thrilled to be sharing some of our favorite recipes on their blog."
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