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3 Thanksgiving Menu Ideas for Smaller Celebrations

Holiday recipes and tips from Sunflower Market
If your tried-and-true Thanksgiving dinner for 20 is off the table this year due to the pandemic, there are still plenty of ways to make the holiday meal work for you and your family. Here are three menu ideas plus recipes from Sunflower Market to help you rethink your turkey day game plan.

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5 Dishes to Inspire Your Free-Wheeling Quarantine Meal Planning

COVID-19 has really done a number on all our daily routines—especially all things food. Across the country, more people than ever are cooking from scratch—and off-book. We asked our team members for some of their go-to dishes, to serve as jumping off points for your own quarantine cuisine.

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Phoenicia Diner Recipe: Mini Herbed Meatloaves

The Phoenicia Diner Cookbook was published on March 3. It offers simple-to-follow recipes that diner fans can make at home. The secret to its moist and delectable mini herbed meatloaves are revealed here!

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Phoenicia Diner Recipe: Wax Beans and Fennel with Dill

An Excerpt from The Phoenicia Diner Cookbook.

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West Kill Brewing: Beer for the Outdoors

As the days begin to climb above freezing, sugaring season is upon us and with it comes West Kill Brewing’s annual brew Saphouse, a brown ale brewed with maple syrup and toasted bark.

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Chef Ric Orlando's Perfect Latke Recipe

Local celebrity chef Ric Orlando of New World Home Cooking and Food Network fame dishes up his favorite latke and chipotle apple sauce recipe for the holiday season. Whether or not you celebrate Hanukkah, this is one to make.

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Wild For The Holidays: A New Foraging Mini-Series from Master Herbalist Dina Falconi

Have you always wished you knew a little more about foraging and herbals? Our area's preniere wild-food expert and clinical herbalist has collaborated with her award-winning vieographer son to create a gift to the world in this series of warm and informative video lessons. Herbal truffles? Yes you can!

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3 Rich (Secretly) Vegan Recipes to Dish Up for a Plant-Based Thanksgiving Dinner

From the perfect vegan pie crust to a creamy plant-based mac n cheese, here are three deliciously indulgent recipes to slip into the Thanksgiving rotation for

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The Drink: Blueberry Cardamom Fizz

This spin on a classic fixx blends the rich nutty flavor of port with the tarness of berries.

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DIY Your Own Natural Sodas and Meads Like a Pro: A Guide

Follow food writer Peter Barrett’s lead, and craft your own seasonal sodas and meads.

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