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When it comes to holiday dinners, I’m all for doing it up big.
I love tradition, I love family gathered around a set holiday table, and I love making classic foods. My menu is always packed with traditional Thanksgiving dinner dishes such as turkey, stuffing, potatoes, green bean casserole, and pumpkin pie.
What does your Thanksgiving dinner consist of? People think I’m a little weird because I start planning for my next Thanksgiving dinner right after New Year. What can I say? I want to serve the most delicious dishes, and I want to be able to cook and try all of them before the Big Day!
This year, I am going to try something a bit different in terms of dessert and make a pumpkin meringue pie instead of the traditional recipe. After I took one look at this pie on The Pioneer Woman’s website, I was completely sold. Such a gorgeous dessert! It doesn’t even look like food, it looks like art. Food art!
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Quick Tip: This pie is so pretty it can double as a centerpiece for your table. Just don’t leave it out of the fridge for too long though as it will spoil.