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Bree is our resident Thanksgiving expert. If you’re a fan of her regular recipes – which strike the perfect balance between modern and classic – you’ll love her take on a Thanksgiving meal. The traditional dishes are all here: turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, rolls and a pumpkin dessert. But they’ve been updated with a modern twist with lots of bright flavors. Another classic ingredient brings it all together: REAL Butter. Cooking and baking with pure and natural ingredients never goes out of style.


Orange Rosemary Turkey With Gravy
Bree’s recipe starts with an orange rosemary dry rub that can be made ahead of time. Herb butter is rubbed under the skin, and the dry rub adds lots of flavor to the outside. It’s finished with a simple gravy.

Sausage Stuffing with Apples and Hazelnuts

Apples, hazelnuts and dried cherries accent fresh bread and sausage in this recipe. Baked casserole-style, it develops a perfectly crispy top. Prefer walnuts to hazelnuts or dried cranberries to cherries? No problem; mix and match as you please.

Garlic Herb Mashed Potato Casserole
Don’t want to mash potatoes at the last minute? This recipe is for you. Flavored with garlic, butter and fresh herbs, it can be made ahead of time and baked in the oven in time for the big meal.

Roasted Green Beans with Mushrooms
Roasting green beans leaves them sweet and crunchy. Topping them with a savory mushroom and shallot mixture and lots of buttery breadcrumbs makes them worthy of the holiday flavor.

Crescent Rolls With Cranberry Orange Butter
Making homemade rolls can make your Thanksgiving spread extra special. These crescent rolls are easy to prepare, and a simple compound butter really puts them over the top. Bree’s Cranberry Orange Butter is the perfect combination of sweet and tart.

Pumpkin Pecan Cheesecake
It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without pumpkin on the dessert table. This is not your ordinary pie, or cheesecake. It has a buttery shortbread crust and the pumpkin filling is lighter than your average cheesecake. The best part? It’s best made a day in advance.


Want more Thanksgiving ideas from Bree? Check out her new e-book, The Thanksgiving Game Plan, with even more menus and lots of great tips.

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