We’ve rounded up some amazing recipes for your Thanksgiving feast this year, no matter what the dietary restrictions of your guests. Oh, and here’s how to cook a turkey


Why cook up a boring ol’ turkey when you could get creative? Adding some bacon-y flair to some other Thanksgiving classics is sure to impress. 

Butterflied Turkey with Fennel Sausage and Ricotta Stuffing

Porcini Mushroom Turkey with Mushroom Gravy

Sweet Potato Stuffing with Bacon and Thyme

Cornbread with Bacon Crust


Droolworthy mains for vegetarians, and sides for all your guests! 

Kale and Olive Oil Mashed Potatoes

Bourbon Baked Sweet Potatoes

Broccoli and Cauliflower Gratin

Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges with Sweet Chile Cream

Cornbread Dressing with Roasted Fall Vegetables

Sour cream-Horseradish Mashed Potatoes

Pumpkin Stuffed with Vegetable Stew


Harvest season means amazing dishes full of flavour. These are great for vegan guests, or to lighten up your menu.

Hazelnut and Chard Ravioli Salad

Delicata Squash Stuffed with Mushrooms, Farro, Pecans and Dried Cranberries

Wild Rice, Fruit and Pecan Stuffing

Gluten Free

Don’t be a jerk and just serve rice and beans. Treat your gluten-sensitive pals to some delicious holiday fare. If you have a crowded kitchen or table, be extra careful of cross-contamination. 

Sweet potato biscuits

Maple Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie


A creative cocktail adds a special touch to any gathering. These are making our mouths water. Have some sparkling water and sliced fruit and berries on hand for non-drinking guests. 

Fig Cocktail No. 1

Pear Rosemary Cocktails


Super Simple Pumpkin Tiramisu

Lemon Nutmeg Ice Cream

Pumpkin Pie with Toffee Walnut Topping

Happy Thanksgiving!

xo She Does The City