When a whole turkey is too much, try this Boneless Turkey Roast. A turkey thigh wrapped up in a turkey breast will please all turkey lovers and wrapping it with Lepp’s special double-smoked bacon not only gives it great flavour, but also helps to protect it from drying out.

Elevate your fresh, local bird to a whole new level with Lepp’s Turkey Brine Spice Blend.  As turkey is naturally lean, it can become dry and tough if overcooked – this salty brine helps to break down some of the turkey’s muscle proteins aiding in overall moisture absorption.

We’ve stocked up on jars of our brine spices for the occasion! Available here at the market.

This easy recipe turns a holiday meal into an everyday comfort food braise to enjoy all winter, without having to wrestle with a big turkey carcass.  It’s perfect for dark-meat lovers or a small Holiday dinner. With just a few minutes of chopping and browning, the oven does the rest of the work, melting the meat into tender chunks while creating a delicious gravy.

This Make Ahead Turkey Gravy using fresh turkey wings is a game changer with no huge mess at the last minute. Basically, you are making a flavourful, condensed turkey stock.

Try making your own cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving by making this soft, velvety smooth Spiced Cranberry Sauce.

Or, our housemade cranberry sauce is available here at the market. We’ve also stocked up on some specialty cranberry sauces in our grocery aisle!

This delicately spiced, orange infused jam is perfect served alongside the holiday turkey as a savoury condiment.

This roasted cauliflower head is a show-stopper and a modern take on roasted veggies. If you’re used to preparing the same old veggie side dishes, this recipe will wow the young people around your table.

Besides the fact that this decadent side dish is delicious, a bonus is that it can be prepared ahead of time and popped in the oven while you rest and carve the turkey. It doesn’t need any stirring or special attention, so once you’re ready to plate the food, it’s baked and ready to go.

Both of these carrot recipes highlight Middle Eastern flavours, currently one of the most popular ethnic dishes. Harissa paste, tahini, coriander (called cilantro in North America), yogurt, cumin and coriander are all typical ingredients featured.

This seriously delicious recipe will convert even the most adamant squash hater. It’s suggested to leave the seeds in and peel on, and while hesitant, we’re so glad we did. It’s so tasty and much easier to manage.

The addition of a finely diced apple to this slow cooker stuffing helps moisten the stuffing without adding more butter, and the sausage gives it an unexpected “I can’t identify it, but love the taste” flavor.

Be sure to pick up a stuffing kit here at the market – it includes bread that we’ve already dried for you (one less step!) and precisely enough poultry seasoning.

Triple Smoke Prime Rub is a great all-purpose spice mix and enhances mashed potatoes with a slightly smoky flavor, perfect for serving with a beef or pork roast. Adding garlic cloves to the pot while you cook the potatoes softens them enough to completely mash into the finished dish.

These sweet, smoky, salty Brussels Sprouts will convert even the most skeptical sprouts eater.

The title says it all, sweet and smoky and delicious. They’re going to end up charred and wrinkled in places, but that only adds another depth of flavour and means you don’t need to stand guard to make sure they don’t get overcooked.

This recipe for Cranberry Citrus Squares should not be underestimated.
It’s a combination of sweet from the coconut & cranberries, while adding a slight tang from the lemon.

This recipe is not only super easy but it also feeds a crowd. The streusel to fruit ratio is larger than usual, which is a good thing! An already delicious dish becomes exceptional when you top it with ice cream.

This decadent, creamy eggnog truffle recipe is the perfect addition to your next Holiday party. Plus, it’s only 6 ingredients and requires minimal prep time.

This incredibly easy cake only needs a blender or food processor, and the rest simply stirs together with a wooden spoon. It’s warmth and spice makes it a perfect ending to a holiday meal and you can easily adjust portion sizes to suit everyone’s appetite.

I’m a curious researcher, always wanting to know the origin of something, or why it works. So I love Alton Brown’s unique explanations for his recipes. While any brownie recipe would work to top with halva, I was intrigued with his two-bake method and loved the results! The result is a deliciously fudgy, gooey-in-the-middle and not overly sweet brownie. The halva adds a subtle layer of flavour to these rich chocolatey squares.

This Cranberry Ginger Simple Syrup is easy to make and incredibly delicious.

Try adding it to sparkling water, Healthy Hooch Kombucha, or use it in a homemade cocktail – you can even give it as a gift!

This Apple Cider Sangria is great for entertaining. Try making this with our fresh-pressed Apple Cider.

Leftover turkey sandwiches are a Thanksgiving tradition, and you can take yours to the next level. Try this Cranberry Mustard, Turkey, & Camembert Grilled Cheese Sandwich.

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