Thanksgiving 2010 Recipe Round-Up kids

This is such a special time of the year to gather with family and friends. It is fun to have a holiday celebration that focuses on gratitude, being thankful and food! At Thanksgiving we unite at the table together to enjoy a feast of seasonalsavories and sweets. The Thanksgiving meal takes a while to prepare, but it is so worth it. I have been loving what you guys have been sharing with us around the web.

Thanksgiving recipe round up blog post

Regional spices & ingredients may vary, but the goal is the same – community, happiness and shared experiences & memories. Anyway you slice it, the holidays bring people together.

Whether your favorite Thanksgiving dish is a side, dessert or the turkey – I have created a recipe round up for you from around the web. Sprinkled within the list are some of my creations that I did not want you to miss.

Thanksgiving and Holiday recipe round up

Please add your recipes to the link up below. We can’t wait to see what you are cooking up!

Seasonal Brunch



Breads and Rolls

Sweet Potato, Bacon, Pomegrante salad recipe




Cranberry sauce recipe for Thanksgiving

Cranberry Sauce

Healthy Turkey recipe for family meals



Thanksgiving recipe round up on blog


Vegetable Side Dishes

Thanksgiving holiday vegetable side dish recipes

Dessert – Cookies, Bars & Treats

Dessert – Pies

Favorite holiday recipe round up on

Happy Thanksgiving to You & Your Family!

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~ Marla Meridith

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59 thoughts on “Thanksgiving 2010 Recipe Round-Up

  1. Such a grand idea to do this fun Thanksgiving round-up Marla! Thanks for including me! Hope that you & yours have a very warm and wonderful Thanksgiving!

  2. Hi Marla!

    Thank you so much for the mention. 🙂 They are very festive cocktails for the holidays!

    I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving and yes, there is much to be thankful for!


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  4. thanks for including my Turkey lady!!! The round up looks amazing. I wish I could eat all of that over the holiday but then I might never make it to Mexico with you and that would be a serious problem!!! So great seeing you this weekend! XOXO

    1. YES!! Everyone please feel free to add your recipe links. I have a simple to use link-up at the bottom of this post, directly above the comments. The more the merrier!

  5. This is a fantastic round-up of recipe, Marla! Thanks so much for including a couple of mine.

    I hope that you and your family have a very Happy Thanksgiving, and have plenty of time to enjoy each other’s company.

  6. Wow, is this a fantastic round-up, Marla! Thanks so much for including my french onion tartlets recipe! Your turkey roulade looks incredible, I’m off to check that out right now!

    Wishing you and yours a fabulous Thanksgiving, sweetie!

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  10. This is a VERY good roundup. It is making me wish I hadn’t already planned out my meal…
    Wait a sec.. I can make these for any meal! Awesome.
    Broccoli polenta sticks? I think that’s first on my list.

  11. It’s 8:00 AM on Thanksgiving Day, and since I’ve worked all week, this is my FIRST chance to figure out what we’re doing today. AND I have people coming over. So, thanks! for this round-up. I’ve already opened about 8-9 different recipes.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!