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What’s dishing on the blogs: Thanksgiving countdown

Written by Dana Cizmas on


Here's what's dishing this week on the blogs we follow:

Michelle, the Brown Eyed Baker, prepared a creamy Brussels Sprouts and Bacon Gratin, a non-traditional Cranberry Ice Cream Pie, and a fabulous Turkey Tetrazzini made with leftover turkey. Genius!

Chef Chuck served us an entire Thanksgiving meal on the Pittsburgh Hot Plate: Turkey, Perfect Mashed Potatoes, Cornbread and Sweet Sausage Stuffing, and Mexican Chocolate Gelato for dessert. I should have gone to his house for Thanksgiving.

Culinary Cory made a delicious mayonnaise-free German Potato Salad, perfect for the fall and for Thanksgiving.

And Miriam Rubin roasted some tasty Caramelized Hubbard Squash with honey, cinnamon and brown sugar.

Lastly, in a non-Thanksgiving related news, the girls from eatPGH checked out Mario's Woodfired Pizzeria in Beaver and Oh! Yogurt in Bloomfield. Both places are worth going back to.

I hope you all had a lovely Thanksgiving. See you here next week!

Pittsburgh Hot Plate photo

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