Side dishes are extremely important for Thanksgiving Day. Vegetables and the infinite ways to prepare them are all the rage these days, so why stop on Turkey Day.
Let's be inventive, not just with preparation of vegetables and fruits (cranberry sauce counts), but with the types of fruits and veggies used.
In this story out of the New York Times, we're shown several different approaches to the traditional Thanksgiving side.
I'd personally be thankful for roasted squash, brussels sprouts and even something hidden deep in the story...kimchi.
Kimchi is a fermented cabbage dish traditional in Korea. But kimchi can also be made with Napa cabbage, radishes, scallions or cucumbers.
It's the kind of spicy and healthy dish that could liven up the normal hum-drum of your Thanksgiving spread.