Thanksgiving, our annual harvest holiday here in the United States, is just around the corner.
Cooks planning Thanksgiving celebration feasts select favorite family recipes and traditional holiday offerings for these festive meals. Some folks make the same recipes year after year. Others of us, who no longer eat turkey or canned cranberry sauce, experiment by adding seasonal produce and new recipes for these special holidays.
If you’re looking for new ideas or easy hearty autumn recipes, consider celebrating Thanksgiving with savory roasted vegetables!
Easy, Creative, and Versatile ~ Roasted Root Vegetables are Delicious!
Since Briana introduced us to roasted vegetables…my husband and I have perfected our preparation & baking techniques. (Read our step-by-step description at the link.) We’ve made roasted vegetables more creative by using heirloom and new produce varieties to create color themed combinations. If you enjoy color and creative challenges, look for ideas as you wander the grocery produce department or your local farmers market.
We eat roasted seasonal veggies year round. And suggest not to forget summer produce…mid-summer veggies like tender squash, new potatoes, sweet peppers, and baby onions are delicious roasted, too!