SAGE POC ERG Thanksgiving 2021 Recipe Collection
Southern Baked Mac n Cheese
Pork-Stuffed Bitter Melon
Banana pancakes for 2
Sinfully Rich Chocolate Pie
Holiday Pear Pie
Toasted Pecan Old Fashioned
Gentleman Gamemaster's Old Fashion
Balsamic Chicken with Mushrooms and Sundried Tomatoes
Lara Parra Albondigas Soup
Lara Parra Chicken and Turkey Sausage Stuffing
Southern Baked Mac n CheeseCreamy, cheesy, delicious Mac n Cheese just the way it's made in the South. You may also add cream cheese. Patti LaBelle includes sautéed shrimp and steamed lobster to hers. Submitted by: "Thelma Landry"
Pork-Stuffed Bitter MelonThis Hakka recipe from my mom is one of my favorites, but can be an acquired taste with the bitter melon. All the measurements are approximations based on my memory and can be adjusted to taste. The photo shows the portion size using one small bitter melon. Submitted by: "Rebecca Lee"
Banana pancakes for 2A quick way to make pancakes for 2 without having to make a large batch of batter. The base recipe is very simple, but can be customized to suit individual tastes and preferences. If you like banana bread, you'll probably like these pancakes as well! Submitted by: "Gail Buschman"
Assyrian DolmaNothing makes me think of family and holidays and home more than my mom's dolma. While most Assyrian recipes rely on the cook's ability to eyeball and ability to season "to taste," I was able to piece together this recipe based on information I found online and getting my mom to measure the last time she cooked this for the family. This dish couples savory and tangy flavors perfectly and is enjoyed by Assyrians throughout the world during special occasions and holidays (or a random Wednesday if you are lucky and your mom is feeling energetic!). Submitted by: "Rhonda Contreras"
Corn puddingA sweet complement to all those savory sides on your Thanksgiving table. Submitted by: "Yolanda Matthews"
Sinfully Rich Chocolate PieThe chocolate mousse filling is originally from a Wolfgang Puck recipe. Over the years my mom experimented and swapped in the Oreo crust to give it something extra. Submitted by: "Veronica Riss"
Holiday Pear PieMy dad remarried after my mom passed away prematurely. He moved to Oregon and started a new life. Part of that life was a new wife. He married a woman who grew up on an Oregon farm - and this recipe was a tradition on the farm passed down for a few generations. Pears grew in the orchard. as did apples. But pears didn't last as long and were special for holidays. The original recipe actually has a sour cream bottom but I like this "healthier" version. Enjoy! Submitted by: "Denise Monden"
Toasted Pecan Old FashionedHow To Make A Toasted Pecan Old Fashioned Infuse The Whiskey: Preheat the oven, and place the pecans on a baking sheet. Transfer the pecans to the oven and toast for 10-15 minutes… or until browned and fragrant. Keep an eye on the pecans as you’re toasting them. You’ll have to start over if they burn because the burnt pecans will give the whiskey an acrid taste. When they’re toasted, remove them from the oven, and let them cool completely. Once cool, transfer to a mason jar, and pour the whiskey on top. Let the whiskey infuse for 3-4 days. When done, remove the pecans from the whiskey and throw them out. If the pecans stay in the whiskey longer, you’ll run the risk of them drying out the whiskey, and we don’t want that to happen. Make A Toasted Pecan Old Fashioned In an Old Fashioned glass or a rocks glass, measure the sugar cube (or the sugar) and dash in the Angostura bitters. Use a muddler to break down the sugar, as well as combine it with the bitters. Place whiskey stones or a large ice cube inside the glass, then pour the Toasted Pecan Whiskey over the cubes. Submitted by: "Tristan Child"
Gentleman Gamemaster's Old FashionOld fashions are my favorite drink to make because it is quick, easy, and tasty. They start strong but complex and end sweet and smooth. Submitted by: "Malcolm Trotter II"
Gingerbread MartiniThis is a fun and quick recipe for a holiday style cocktail. Submitted by: "CRISTINA MURILLO"
Balsamic Chicken with Mushrooms and Sundried TomatoesThis is one of my favorite chicken dishes not only because it's delicious but also because you need to sample the wine before you use it for cooking! Submitted by: "Nora"
Mango SalsaDesiree Bartlett - My Mexican-American family has always celebrated Thanksgiving with mash potatoes, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, stuffing, and turkey. I like adding this mango salsa to bring a little bit of our Mexican cuisine to the table. It goes great with turkey and it’s a nice balance of sweet and spicy. I love that it’s both tasty and good for you. Submitted by: "Ana Rubio (anarubio)"
Lara Parra Albondigas SoupAnthony, my absolutely amazing partner introduced me to this delicious soup when we decided to share a home in LA. He has a unique diet, and only eats poultry, fish or vegetarian meals. He swapped out traditional meatballs for “Anthony-style”. And he’s an intuitive, incredible cook. He adds oregano to taste, way too much salt, and love. And this is one of two non-traditional, completely personal favorite pieces of our annual Turkey Day meal. We actually make it the night before, and “snack” on it all day as we cook.
Lara Parra Chicken and Turkey Sausage StuffingSo one year, when we were just a young family, we decided to spice it up a bit. If we still didn’t like how it turned out we planned to jettison it. But we loved it!!! We added homemade chicken and turkey sausage—with green chiles from NM my home state—into the dish. We added TONS of sage, and then we crisped up and tossed in turkey bacon. We make this dish every year, we always tweak it significantly. And it’s great every year. Yet it’s also fresh, unique and new annually based on the direction we opt to go.
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As discussed during one of our meetings, we were thinking about the Thanksgiving Holiday and how food is a HUGE part of it. It has always been a holiday that involves traditional recipes from our parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles. With those thoughts came the idea of us sharing recipes that we love AND creating a recipe book. With so many cultures within this group, we know there are some amazing recipes out there. Here you will find a collection of Thanksgiving recipes from SAGE colleagues all across the United States.