With Thanksgiving just a month away, most family cooks are starting to plan for this momentous feast, searching for new recipes and ideas to improve everyone’s favorite dishes. Whether you usually bring the stuffing, soup or squash, choosing a seafood recipe is a great way to add some spice to the dinner table! While seafood isn’t traditionally considered Thanksgiving food, the rich flavors will fit right in to your grand feast. Start a new tradition this holiday season and be prepared for your family to ask for your signature dish again.
Creamy Seafood Chowder
A savory first course, creamy seafood chowder is full of flavor, with shrimp, scallops, crabmeat and clams inside. Paired with crusty bread, this delicious dish is a great way to warm your guests up as they make their way in from the cold. Click here for the recipe.
Herbed Oyster Stuffing
A tasty twist on a Thanksgiving classic, adding oysters to your stuffing will have all your guests reaching for a second helping. Mixed with bacon, celery and herbs this simple yet gourmet side dish is the perfect way to add a taste of the ocean to your plate. Click here for the recipe.
Crab Stuffed Artichokes
A unique and creamy vegetable, the artichoke pairs perfectly with crab meat. A tasty side dish that looks like a work of art, more than one of your loved ones will be asking for this recipe at the end of the evening. Click here for the recipe.
Lobster Stuffed Squash
Buttery and delicious, acorn squash will add a bright and festive flavor to your dinner table. A fall favorite, we recommend stuffing your squash with lobster for a gourmet treat. Halved, stuffed squash also make a beautiful presentation your guests will love. Click here for the recipe.
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