A Few Favorites For The Grill
There’s always been a lot to love about Thanksgiving, but even a tradition as great as Turkey Day can use a little spice up from time to time. And no, we’re not talking about hopping on the deep-fried turkey trend and potentially sending your bird into the stratosphere because your deep-frier went Kaboom while you were watching the game inside…
Thanksgiving meal preparation can be hectic and at times overwhelming. There seems to be an infinite number of dishes to prepare and mouths to feed, especially when you’re the host. We don’t think that should be the case though, and if you happen to have a grill available wherever you’re hosting Thanksgiving this year, then give these recipes a crack.
Basting itself to juicy, smoky perfection. This recipe removes the hassle of constant basting from the Thanksgiving Day equation. Instead, pop that turkey on a rotisserie spit and let your grill do the work for you. -> recipe here <-
*Special equipment: a rotisserie attachment for a grill; butcher’s twine; a 9-by-13-inch disposable aluminum pan or half-sheet pan; an instant-read thermometer
Smokey vegetables with a sticky, tangy glaze. It’s nice to have healthy options in amongst all of the decedent dishes of the season. Even better, these glazed veggies are quick and easy to prepare. If you’re looking to impress your guests this year, glazed veggies hot off the grill can be quite persuading. -> recipe here <-
This classic pumpkin pie has one smokey twist. -> recipe here <-