As I began to plan my Thankgiving Dinner this year, I decided to change things up a bit. As traditional as I am (there are some traditional dishes I will never give up), I love trying new recipes and introducing family and friends to wonderful new taste treats. Here are the recipes for a cranberry salad and an apple salad, either of which will go very nicely with your holiday meal.
Simply click on the link for each recipe.
Scroll down the page for some additional “Food Facts” and “Timely Tips.”
Cranberries have anti-bacterial properties that positively affect urinary tract health as well as strong antioxidant properties.
Apples have a favorable effect on digestion, are amazing for controlling blood sugar and are a good source of soluble fiber.
Use your potato peeler to remove the strings on celery and tone down it’s bitter taste.
Kitchen scissors, slightly dusted with powdered sugar, are perfect for cutting dates.