I know that some of you may just be cooking for for two this Thanksgiving and that many of you don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in your part of the world, so I wanted to leave you with a post that’s a great recipe for any time. I’ve heard a lot of discussion this year about cooking turkeys in pieces rather than roasting one whole (to save time and stress) so this would be a great way to cook the thighs. If you’re running around looking for last minute recipes or crafts to do before tomorrow, check out the Thanksgiving tab at the top of the page for some help. If you need some last minute decorating ideas, check out this post and if you just have a cooking question or need some tips you can always email me and I’ll do my best to respond! For those of you that are celebrating I wish you a blessed holiday, from my family to yours, and hope that you get to spend it with all of your loved ones! CLick here to get the recipe for the braised turkey and see how it’s made!
November 21, 2012 By makingitwithdanielle in Poultry, Recipes, Thanksgiving Tags: apple, apple braised, apple braised turkey thighs, apple cider, granny smith apples, green beans, martha stewart, martha stewart everyday light, olive oil, salt and pepper, shallots, Thanksgiving, thanksgiving recipe for two, turkey braised in apple cider, turkey thigh recipe, turkey thighs, unsweetened apple cider