Posts Tagged ‘thanksgiving’

This Thanksgiving, Try Cider-Can Turkey

One of the biggest things agonized over during the approach for Thanksgiving is how to cook the turkey. Marinate? Brine? Roast? Grill? Fry? There are so many options, each offering a different level of difficulty and ultimate flavor outcome. One wrong move, one poor tactical culinary decision, and you’ve got yourself a tasteless and dry Thanksgiving turkey.…

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How to Make Your Thanksgiving Cider-Centric

Are you looking to serve up a cider-centric Thanksgiving feast this week? The Cider Journal has compiled six must-read tips for including cider in your holiday meal. From glassware to food pairings, there is plenty to keep in mind, and this list reminds you of all of it. You can celebrate Thanksgiving’s origins in New England by incorporating…

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Did You Know the Best Thanksgiving Wine Is Cider?

Move over, wine: there’s a new preferred Thanksgiving beverage in town. With hard cider so on trend right now, it makes sense for it to be incorporated into seasonal celebrations. But the real question is this: why have we taken so long to embrace cider as the drink of choice on Turkey Day? Everything about cider…

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Drink This: SNAP Wassail Thanksgiving Cocktail

There’s on an old English drinking ritual known as wassailing, which is a toast to the health of the orchard trees to promote a good harvest for the following year. Consider settling down after Thanksgiving dinner with a glass or two of SNAP Wassail for dessert. Although the recipe calls for non-alcoholic cider, you can just as…

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