Entertain/Food / November 10, 2017

Friendsgiving Favorites

What’s the only thing better than Thanksgiving? Celebrating it twice! Double down on the holiday fun and organize a “Friendsgiving” dinner party to celebrate and give thanks for all your fabulous friends.

Stick to your traditional Thanksgiving favorites, or use the opportunity to test out something new. Like one of these fantastic Friendsgiving recipes:

Spiral Vegetable Tart with Middle Sister Goodie Two-Shoes Pinot Noir

Could there be such a thing as “too pretty to eat?” We’d like to think this recipe for a Spiral Vegetable Tart from The Colorful Kitchen probably comes pretty close. Wow your friends with a gorgeous veggie display that’s just as delicious to dive into.

Have a glass of Middle Sister Goodie Two-Shoes Pinot Noir on hand to top off that perfect bite.

Brown Rice with Butternut Squash, Pomegranate Seeds, and Goat Cheese with Middle Sister Surfer Chick Sauvignon Blanc

Fresh-squeezed orange juice brightens up this seasonal side from The Roasted Root, filled with butternut squash and pomegranate seeds. Top it all off with goat cheese and you’ve got a new Friendsgiving favorite on your hands.

Pair it with a glass of Middle Sister Surfer Chick Sauvignon Blanc.

Roasted Delicata Squash with Pomegranate and Goat Cheese with Cartlidge & Browne Chardonnay

It wouldn’t be fall without roasting all the squash we can get our hands on. From soups to salads, sides and sandwiches, it seems to make it’s way into many of our meals this time of year. Try this recipe for Roasted Delicata Squash with Pomegranate and Goat Cheese from Floating Kitchen and you’ll be hoping for leftovers!

Pair it with a glass of Cartlidge & Browne Chardonnay and enjoy!

Crispy Smashed Potatoes with Avocado Garlic Aioli with Girl & Dragon Pinot Grigio

Skip the mashed version and give these Crispy Smashed Potatoes with Avocado Garlic Aioli from Oh She Glows a try. Author Angela Liddon recommends “looking for potatoes on the smaller side if you can, as they “smash” a bit easier, but larger potatoes will turn out fine too.”

Pair these puppies with a glass of Girl & Dragon Pinot Grigio.

Homestyle Sausage Stuffing with Girl & Dragon Cabernet Sauvignon

It’s not a holiday meal without a side of stuffing. Are we right? Many of the ingredients for this sausage stuffing recipe from The Chunky Chef can be prepped ahead, so you can pull it together quickly on the day of the party.

Take a bite, then take a sip of Game of Thrones Cabernet Sauvignon and you may find yourself close to heaven.

Complete your table and celebrate winter’s arrival with a set of Game of Thrones drinkware and coasters, festive ways to serve Game of Thrones wines with dinner or during your post-meal show marathon.”

 

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