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Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

By Kaitlin Lovern
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‘Tis the season for friends, family and food. Here at Nathan Grace, we cherish all of these life blessings and want to show you the love. We like our friends and family too much to share ‘em, but we have some amazing food recipes to hand your way.

Last week we celebrated the start of the holiday season with our annual Nathan Grace Potluck. Our agents brought some amazing dishes that we can’t keep quiet about. Looking for a special recipe to make at Thanksgiving in a few days? Check out the list below.

Deep Fried Turkey Brined in Cayenne and Brown Sugar

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Because we should all be thankful for an occasion to eat deep fried anything. This recipe is a spicy twist on a classic Thanksgiving dish and will impress even the pickiest of eaters. Trying to cut out some work? Order your pre-cooked deep fried turkey from Hamm’s in McKinney. The best part? They deliver.Turkey-01

Because we should all be thankful for an occasion to eat deep fried anything. This recipe is a spicy twist on a classic Thanksgiving dish and will impress even the pickiest of eaters. Trying to cut out some work? Order your pre-cooked deep fried turkey from Hamm’s in McKinney. The best part? They deliver.

Autumn Salad

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After that deep fried turkey, we might feel a little better with some green on our plates. This sweet recipe shouts “holiday” with every bite. Plus, it’s an easy dish to add or subtract from, giving you the opportunity to make it your very own for your hungry guests.

Slow Cooker Macaroni and Cheese

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Well the health kick didn’t last too long, and we are back with a creamy, delicious recipe that’s perfect for both kids and adults. The minimal effort that goes into this dish pays off in a big way with the end result. Turn on the crock pot and cheese it up!

Candied Yams

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A recipe that looks like fall, smells like fall and tastes like fall. A must-have alternative to your mashed potato recipe with ten times the nutrient value. Topped with pecans, this dish adds the perfect crunch to your Thanksgiving meal. Not a nut person? We suggest replacing the pecans with marshmallows.

Salted Caramel Butter Bars

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We would skip the entire feast if it meant we could eat the whole pan of this gooey, salty and sweet dessert recipe. One of the biggest hits at the Nathan Grace Potluck, and we clearly can’t stop thinking about it. Yes, there may be a pound of butter in this dish, but we are celebrating. That makes up for it, right?

Blog Credit: To our awesome Nathan Grace Team

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