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5 Classic Alabama Thanksgiving Recipes!

By Product Expert | Posted in Community on Tuesday, November 13th, 2018 at 2:47 pm
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Thanksgiving is almost here! Are you ready for the big day? Thanksgiving is a great holiday where families and friends come together for a day of giving thanks and eating some delicious food! If you’re looking for some classic Alabama dishes to cook, try these great recipes! 

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Pear Salad 

Why not start out with something light to get ready for the big feast? In that case, this pear salad recipe is the perfect starter for the day. They say that Alabama is home to some of the best pears around, so why not start the day with some delicious Alabama pears?

Sweet Potato Casserole 

Especially at Alabama Thanksgivings, the sweet potato casserole is always a popular choice! This classic Southern sweet potato casserole recipe is sure to be a big hit with your dinner guests, just make sure that you make enough for everyone!

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Slow Cooker Cornbread Dressing 

What’s more Southern than good old-fashioned cornbread? This delicious cornbread dressing recipe is easy to make and can be done in the slow cooker, saving space in your oven for the rest of your dishes! Get the recipe, here!

Herb-Roasted Turkey 

Then, of course, there’s the main event of the feast, the turkey! There are plenty of ways to do a Thanksgiving turkey, but we especially like this herb-roasted turkey recipe! It’s not too difficult and has a classic taste that is familiar but altogether unique!

Pumpkin Pecan Pie 

But it’s not Thanksgiving without a little pie at the end! Have you ever struggled to pick between making a pumpkin or pecan pie? Of course you have! Now you don’t have to thanks to this pumpkin pecan pie recipe that is the best of both worlds! The crunchy pecan topping and rich pumpkin flavoring underneath are sure to wow your Thanksgiving table!

Thanks for reading! Keep up with our blog for more posts like this! Happy Thanksgiving! 

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