Here are some of my faves for Thanksgiving~
~I like to cook down whole cranberries until they are nice and saucy, add lemon juice, cinnamon, stevia and a little nutmeg to taste. Sorry, no exact measurements, I don't cook that way!
~For gravy I saute some onions, celery, garlic and mushrooms in butter, add some herbs and sea salt, and pour in some bone broth...I let it all simmer down until it's deliciously reduced, and pour some of the pan drippings in, and let it simmer down a bit more...blend it all up for a rich gravy.
~I puree baked squash(not pumpkin, it's so bland compared to all other squash) with coconut milk, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, cardomom and stevia, pour that into a crust of almond meal, sea salt, and butter, and bake until done.
Sometimes I whip coconut cream with a little vanilla and stevia as an extra special topping for the pie...
~I love to roast halved brussel sprouts tossed with butter and sea salt until they are crisp and carmelized...yummm...if I wasn't eating with Jews, I would add some bacon, but I usually have Thanksgiving with the tribe.
~Oh, and I always have some special kind of saurkraut on hand, and a big green salad.