11.24.2008

signature thanksgiving dish?

Do you have a signature thanksgiving dish? Something that is a new take on a classic or something totally out of left field? For me it is Pumpkin Tiramisu!

It is much lighter than pumpkin pie and very easy to make as long as you own a spring form pan. The hardest part is finding lady fingers and mascarpone, but I guess that is only hard if you live in Wyoming! Get the recipe here.

7 comments:

chelsea said...

Yummy. I make stuffed mushrooms for Christmas but usually I am in charge of the centerpiece instead of food. My sis makes the yummiest mashed potatoes with carmelized onions every year for T-Giving.

Georgia (AKA g-bug) said...

oh, wow. that looks so good! of course, i have not had dinner yet, so i'm starting to salivate.
:)

my signature dish at thanksgiving is cranberry peach cobbler. it is always a hit, and i love making it, because it is so easy, but tastes like it takes hours and hours to make.
:)

i think i might post about it tomorrow and share the recipe.

Blair said...

Oh, Georgia, I would love for you to post the recipe. Sounds incredible! I love dishes that taste like they were being prepared all day:)

Chelsea, I can definitely understand why you were assigned centerpiece duty --you have such incredible taste and your floral creations are beautiful!!

citysage said...

Oh man, this looks AMAZING! I just might have to give this one a try on Thursday.

If you get a chance to try out the pumpkin bread pudding, let me know how it turns out! I just ate some for breakfast and it's even better after sitting overnight and letting the flavours meld---which I imagine is probably true for your tiramisu too!

Blair said...

I think I may just have to try the bread pudding out! Maybe I can make two desserts;)

Courtney said...

I love many desserts, but tiramisu is pretty much my all time favorite. I'm so intrigued by the Pumpkin version and am going to file this recipe for sure! Thanks for sharing.

Blair said...

Oh good! Let me know what you think if you try it.