There’s no holiday with such a central focus on food like Thanksgiving. People always have their classical favorites to look forward to: pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, stuffing and of course the turkey. But if you’re looking to spice up your dinner by trying new recipes or decorations, these Pinterest boards might be the inspiration you’re looking for.
This year, Thanksgiving and the first day of Hanukkah happen to be on the same day, so if you’re looking for a way to meld the two holidays together in the form of a delicious meal, look to Bianca Stern’s “Thanksgivingukkah Feast Abroad” for guidance.
Check out this “Seasonal Thanksgiving” board by VintageMixer! Dedicated to recipes that use local produce in season for Thanksgiving. These pins might be the incentive you need to head over to your neighborhood farmer’s market.
When turkey is the traditional entree of the night, is a vegan Thanksgiving really possible? According to Susan_V, a vegan Thanksgiving is feasible and it looks absolutely mouth-watering.
There is always room for dessert. At least, you’ll want to make some once you see MagicSeasons’ “Thanksgiving Desserts” board. We would love a taste of that pumpkin coconut pie.
This board by BkrsConfections doesn’t only contain innovative takes on Thanksgiving-themed baked goods; it also offers ideas for adorable table settings.
Popular recipe website AllRecipes has compiled its top-ranking Thanksgiving recipes for your visual pleasure. And to use in your homes, of course.
Wondering how you’re going to keep guests entertained before the big feast? Kelly_Lyden’s board consists of Thanksgiving appetizers and crafts that will keep everyone in the holiday spirit until dinnertime.
You don’t have to limit yourself to getting creative with just dishes this Thanksgiving. Stop by Yvonne Ruz-Subega’s board to see all the drinks you can make with autumnal flavors like pumpkin and apple.
ABOUT THE WRITER
Based in Los Angeles, Daphne Auza is a current student at Occidental College pursuing a major in English and Comparative Literary Studies. Her interests lie in travel, poems, and the intersection between the arts and social justice, but her curiosity extends far beyond those realms as well. She likes to think that many of her passions are founded on her seemingly insatiable restlessness. You can check out her daily musings and other writings at candidkandu.tumblr.com.
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