Thanksgiving Recipes from Westport Farmers’ Market Chefs

20 Nov

Turkey and wine from iStockPhotoIf you’re still not sure about what to make this Thanksgiving, then we’ve got some great recipes for you to follow. A collection of Thankgiving dishes that will make this holiday the best one ever in recorded history. All of these recipes come from chefs and local business owners who have appeared at Westport Farmers Market and support it.

All you need to do is click on the recipe and it’ll take you right to the WFM blog where the recipes are, ready for you to dish out to your hungry guests. And, don’t forget that just because it’s cold out, that doesn’t mean the WFM is gone: you can still visit them every Saturday from 10-2 at Gilbertie’s Herb Garden in Westport. 

Craft Butchery’s Ryan Fibiger with recipes and tips for the perfectly cooked turkey

LeFarm, The Whelk and Kawa Ni’s Bill Taibe with his Winter White Raw Vegetable Salad

Match and Chelsea’s Matt Storch with his Maple Braised Squash

Wholesome Wave’s Michel Nischan with his famous Macaroni and Cheese

Wave Hill Bread’s Country Sausage and Sage Stuffing

Sugar & Olives’ Jennifer Balin with her Cranberry and Apple Lattice Tart

Saugatuck Grain & Grape’s Mimi McLaughlin’s – Apple Malt Toddy

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