Show Us Your Unique Thanksgiving Recipes

Thanksgiving is near, so share your favorite family recipes!

Every family has a special recipe, one that everyone looks forward to on the best eating holiday of the year.

But before you put your family and friends into a food coma, share your favorite recipe! We'll feature your recipes on Nov. 23, the day before Thanksgiving.

Whether its a unique cranberry sauce or the best stuffing around, or even tricks to making the best turkey, we want to hear it! And if you have a photo of your food, upload it here by clicking on the "Submit Your Photo and Video" button below.

You can comment below with your recipe, or e-mail Marlboro Local Editor Kaitlyn Anness at kaitlyn.anness@patch.com.

Lets us know what recipes you are thankful for!

gjc November 18, 2012 at 07:04 PM
My favorite Thanksging "side dish" is baked cauliflower. 1. One large head of white cauliflower 2. On stick of better ( not margarine or whipped butter). 3. A few tablespoons of seasoned (Italian) bread crumbs 4. 1 tsp salt a. Wash teh cauliflower and then cut away the leaves and some of the hard core. b. Put about an inch of salted water in a pot large enough to hold cauliflower c. Bring cauliflower to a boil and cook with lid on for about 10 minutes. Pierce with a fork. It should be slightly tender to the touch. If not, cook a few minutes longer. Don't overcook or it will be mushy. While cauliflower is cooking, heat oven between 350-400 degrees. d. Melt 1 stick of butter in the microwave (about 1 minute). e. Put 2 T of bread crumbs into butter mixture. It should be thickened but can still pour. If it's not thick enough, add another T of bread crumbs f. Pour butter mixture over the cauliflower g. Bake in oven about 15-20 minutes until tender but not mushy. Serve on a round platter/plate with large serving spoon. Let everyone help themselves. Big favorite in our house for decades. My mother used to make it too but she broke the head into floralettes. I like the way the cauliflower looks whole.
Barbara magliozzi November 20, 2012 at 09:24 PM
The best sweet potato casserole. Use yams as they are sweeter. Peel them and add 1/4 granny smith apple peeled and cored for every yam. Dice and boil till apple and yam are soft for mashing. Mash them and add about 2tbsp heavy cream for each yam and 1tbdp of salted butter for each yam. Add cinnamon (i use 1tsp for every 4 yams) and nutmeg (optional about 1/4 tsp every 4 yams) to taste. Garnish with pecans or walnuts if you like. The cream is an added amazing taste. We didnt think it would work but everyone raves about them.


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