Feeling adventurous this Thanksgiving? Experiment with butternut squash instead of pumpkin or sweet potato. Top your unique pie with homemade whipped cream infused with sorghum, or another sweet syrup.
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Wondering what to do with turnips? Boil a batch with a potato to remove any bitterness, then mash, and bake them with brown sugar and nutmeg to bring out a sweet flavor. Top the whole thing with buttered breadcrumbs.
Tired of pies? Spice up your holiday dessert repertoire with this festive cake. Mango isn't just a summer flavor, when combined with cloves, ginger, and cinnamon it's warm and spicy.
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