By now you’ve likely seen a million Thanksgiving recipes circling the web. Here’s a round up of a few delicious things that we’d love to celebrate with. Some of them are classic, some of them are out there and not all of them include fish! Enjoy…
This Recipe couldn’t be easier, just open a bunch of tins, garnish, and serve alongside crostini or crackers. All of the fish featured here you can found in my Tin Fish Date Night Gift Box
Mackerel, chopped kimchi, dollops of Kewpie, scallion
Mussels in Escabeche, sliced pepperoncini, breadcrumbs
Smoked Tuna, preserved lemons, castelvetrano olives, fresh herbs
While you can use any anchovies you prefer for this recipe, I used these for the dressing and the Olasagasti fried anchovies for garnish.
When it comes to the holidays, I’m BIG on dips. I will always have it when hosting and it is where you can find me at any and every party.
This recipe is as simple as can be. One can of Fishwife Smoked Trout, 1 cup sour cream, 1 cup cream cheese, 1 cup chopped kimchi.
Mash the trout with a fork in a bowl, add the remaining ingredients and mix. Taste and add salt, as needed. Serve with your favorite crackers or chips. Delicious on all accounts.
This recipe was born out of poorly thought out Thanksgiving grocery shopping and day of chaos. Years ago, having run out of potatoes when the time came to assemble my gratin, the extra squash and kale I had on hand became pinch hitters. Now I never make my Gratin without! I love to bake this in a Le Creuset baking dish like this one for the comfort old school vibes and the even cook.
Another simple holiday appetizer to have available for grazing while you’re finishing up in the kitchen.
Cut a squash in half and roast in an oven on 375 for 30 min, or until tender. Remove the seeds and skin and blend until smooth. Adding olive oil and salt to taste.
Top toasted sourdough with the squash puree and garnish with dollops of ricotta, sardines, pickled mustard seeds and fresh herbs – and enjoy!
A beautiful Tin Fish Grazing Board with major fall vibes. Pictured here are the delicious Wild Planet Sardines in EVOO, pickled quince, manchego, canned cranberries and some crostini. Use this as a starting point and run with it!
The only reigning King of Thanksgiving, in my opinion. Ocean Spray Canned Jellied Cranberries.
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