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November Seasonal Produce Guide

Written by Becky

If you haven’t joined pinterest you absolutely must for holiday recipes! There are endless Thanksgiving recipes on Pinterest to fit every taste-bud. I could browse for hours planning out my Thanksgiving menu. I have a pinboard dedicated solely to Seasonal Thanksgiving Dishes, all using ingredients that are in season in November. Just because it’s thanksgiving and getting a little cooler outside doesn’t mean you have to stop eating fresh produce. There’s plenty of rich and flavorful foods to add to your Thanksgiving table. Try at least one new seasonal dish, try using rutabagas (pictured above) to make Mashed Rutabagas with Ginger-Roasted Pears! Also, I’ll be pinning lots more seasonal Thanksgiving recipes so make sure to follow along on Pinterest at Vintage Mixer on Pinterest for more Seasonal Thanksgiving recipes and plus lots of tasty inspiration.



Mashed Rhutabaga with Ginger Roasted Pears and Hazelnuts by me
Quinoa Salad with Roasted Sweet Potato and Kale by Two Peas and Their Pod
Butternut Squash, Apple and Cranberry Bake by Cafe Johnsonia
Cider-Mustard Glazed Root Vegetables by Cafe Johnsonia
Brussels Sprouts with Roasted Hazelnuts by me
Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Mash by Oh Sweet Basil
Spaghetti Squash with Swiss Chard, Dried Cranberries and Dijon Vinaigrette by Cookin’ Canuck
Onion Gratin with Rosemary and Thyme by Kalyn’s Kitchen
Maple Chipotle Sweet Potatoes by Foodie Crush
Spaghetti Squash with Toasted Hazelnuts Figs and Basil by Project Domestication
Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Blue Cheese Bread Crumbs by Cookin’ Canuck
Quinoa and Dried-Fruit Stuffed Acorn Squash by me
Pumpkin Gruyere Gougeres by Foodie Crush
Garlic Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes by 365 Days of Slow Cooking
Mediterranean Stuffed Acorn Squash by Mountain Mama Cooks
Orange Ginger Carrots by Taste and Tell
Raw Beet and Butternut Slaw by Apron Strings
Scalloped Potatoes by Budget Gourmet Mom

Mile High Apple Pie by Completely Delicious
Perfect Apple Crisp by Barbara Bakes
Salted Caramel Apple Crumb Bars by Two Peas and Their Pod
Apple Oven Pancake by Completely Delicious
Apple Fig Bread by Mountain Mama Cooks

How to make the seasonal produce image appear as your wallpaper:

Step 1 Click on Wallpaper Image, this will open the image in a new window on your screen
Step 2 Once image loads on a new page, right click (or ctrl-click) image and select ‘use image as desktop picture’
Step 3 If the image does not fit your desktop background neatly, you may have to go to your preference screen and choose “Fit to screen” as the display mode of your background image.

Comments (9)

  1. I would like to try that Apple Pumpkin Streusel Cake and that Sweet Potato Baked Oatmeal. In fact, I am actually going to breakdown and cook one of these recipies myself!!

  2. Thank you for stopping by! I’m so glad you liked my reipce too Yes, I’m new to both cooking, and blogging! Everyday I get amazed by new blogs, reipces and fashion ideas, & get to know new incredible people Thank you for getting back to me on how my reipce tasted Best,Hiba

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