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18 Recipes for a Tasty Thanksgiving... With a Jewish Twist!

18 Recipes for a Tasty Thanksgiving... With a Jewish Twist!

Thanksgiving dinner table with a closeup of a plate piled high with food

Strictly speaking, Thanksgiving isn’t a Jewish holiday, but there are lots of ways to infuse your celebration with Jewish meaning – including lots of recipes from Here are just a few of the recipes from our site that will make for the most delicious, Jewishly infused Thanksgiving celebration ever! 

For the main event, we love Tina Wasserman's Roast Turkey with Vegetables, complete with "Tina's Tidbits" for cooking the bird. Then choose one or more of these warm, autumnal side dishes to accompany it:

And don't forget your veggies! Instead of a standard side salad, try...

Finish off your Thanksgiving meal with one of our delicious desserts:

Oh, and you probably need a great sauce or relish, right? We've got you covered:

Now that you’ve checked out our recipes, comment below to tell us about your favorite Thanksgiving recipes.

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Kate Bigam Kaput is the assistant director of messaging and branding for the Union for Reform Judaism and, in this role, serves as a content manager and editor for A prolific essayist and lifestyle blogger, Kate's writing has been featured in The Washington PostEsquire, Woman's Day, Cleveland Magazine,, Jewish Women Archive, and more. Kate, who grew up at Temple Beth Shalom in Hudson, OH, holds a degree in magazine journalism and lives in Cleveland, OH, with her husband.

Kate Bigam Kaput

Published: 11/18/2019

Categories: Jewish Life, Food and Recipes
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