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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, pomegranate season, I mean, Thanksgiving! Try these delicious recipes if you want to shake up your traditional holdiday meal this year. Cranberries are overrated anyway if you ask me.
Pomegranate & Feta Pinwheels are as delicious as they look! There’s something about pinwheel that makes everybody love them. I think it’s the cute factor.
A Pomegranate Cheese Ball will be the life of the party when you bring out the appetizers. Glistening ruby red on the outside, with a smooth and creamy inside. Yum!
Make your own chips or put out a plate of your favorite crackers with Pomegranate Salsa. I love the contrast of sweet, tart, and spicy in this delicious salsa. I prefer it served just slightly cool.
Quinoa is one of my favorite foods now that I know what it is. This Pomegranate Quinoa Salad is great leftover so make an extra big batch!
We rarely serve drumsticks at our table but they are perfect for this recipe. Serve Sweet & Sticky Pomegranate Chicken when it’s just the close-knit family for an informal lunch. You will definitely be licking your fingers after.
More finger foods on the menu with Pomegranate-Braised Short Ribs. It’s always more fun to eat and be merry when we get to eat with our hands.
Cornish hens are a treat around here and with such a small family if can be more practical than cooking a turkey. Make Pomegranate Molasses Glazed Cornish Hens if you want to save the turkey for Christmas.
Fall is a great time to start playing with bark recipes. We love chocolately fruit and Pomegranate Chocolate Bark is a hit every time.
Pomegranate Cheesecake. Is there really anything else to say about this? You may want to make two while you’re at it. Because cheesecake.
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