If tradition doesn’t tickle your fancy for Thanksgiving, there are plenty of Thanksgiving alternatives to celebrate the holiday with your own flair. Perhaps you aren’t a fan of turkey, but that shouldn’t stop you from having a great feast! Just simply use some of the Thanksgiving alternatives we thought up. Our Grill-Roasted Whole Boneless Bison Prime Rib Recipe will make you question why the pilgrims ever even thought of roasting a bird in the first place.
If you’d like to give your holiday a little ethnic flair, you can try cooking a traditional Thanksgiving dinner enhanced by a few unique multicultural touches. For instance, turkey can be kept as the main dish, but topped with cranberry plum glaze and paired with ginger-spiced turkey meatballs, giving this dinner a delicious Asian-American twist.
Even if you wanted to throw a quirky Thanksgiving dinner menu à la fast-food joints, we have all of the tips and tricks to help you do it.
While this holiday is certainly one with a great history, that doesn’t mean you can’t make it your own, even if that simply means adding bacon to everything.
It's your holiday and you can eat what you like!