“purely primal” temptation

I’m thinking about making this Brussel sprouts with cherries dish for Thanksgiving dinner.  Some of my attempts to put something new and different on the table have not been successful–I’m remembering a brussel sprouts and pomegranate reduction sauce that definitely wasn’t worth the hours of work that went into it–but this looks simple, doesn’t it?

What do you think?  Do you try something different each year or stick with the tried-and-true favorites?

Check out the blog post at Purely Primal:  roasted-brussels-sprouts-with-sour-cherries and let me know what you think.  The turkey, dressing, gravy, whipped potatoes, spinach casserole, cranberry sauce, rolls and sweet potato casserole will still be on the table.

What are you cooking?

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4 Responses to “purely primal” temptation

  1. Connie says:

    It looks good but my experimental dish this year will be a wild mushroom and brown rice casserole.

  2. Sharon says:

    Since Buy Your Own Christmas has been success in our home, I’m thinking of cutting out all the cooking fuss and declare Thanksgiving make your own turkey sandwich day.
    Just kidding.
    Surprisingly, my experimental dish, is the famous Campbell Soup/French’s Onion Ring recipe of Green Bean Casserole. I have never made it.

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