Two sorts of Thanksgiving diners, ones who believe in eating early and having leftovers again later in the day and those who donâ€™t have their celebration until late afternoon or evening. The former means getting up at 5 am to start roasting a turkey, the latter means torturing yourself with cups of nuts as not to spoil the feast. It also means considering going through the early game of Houston-Detroit â€” and perhaps even Washington-Dallas, depending on your time zone â€” without having a snack.
Nonsense. Youâ€™re going to need game time snacks that can feed a crowd and also not spoil your appetite, and perhaps one that is relatively healthy. Ones that compliment the autumn table. Earthy tastes of mushrooms, herbs and wine, warm butternut squash and sage spiced with cayenne and chili.
Roasted Butternut Squash and Sage Dip and Savory Mushroom Pithiviers recipes over at KSK today. Love the “dip” recipe so much, I made it again last night just to have on a raining Thursday Night Football game while I typed up the post.