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Thanksgiving might be over, but that doesn't mean you have to stop celebrating. Invite your friends over this weekend for Thanksgiving Part II (or just keep the food to yourself -- this is a no-judgement zone), complete with Pinot Noir cranberry sauce, bacon-stuffed pumpkin, and salted pecan and bourbon brownies. These links will help you keep the party going.
- Grab a pumpkin and stuff it with all the best things: bacon, Gruyère, apple, and whole-grain bread. (Local Milk.)
- Dress up ordinary cranberry sauce with a healthy pour of Pinot Noir. (Chocolate & Marrow.)
- Throw chicken (or leftover turkey), walnuts, and bleu cheese together for this satisfying salad. (From the Kitchen.)
- Fill up on hearty greens with this vegetable-packed stuffing. (With Food and Love.)
- Leftover cranberries find a home in this pecan crumble-topped pie. (Smitten Kitchen.)
- Speaking of pecans, make these salted pecan bourbon brownies as soon as the pie is finished. (London Bakes.)
- Now that Thanksgiving is over, it's completely acceptable to start making Christmas cookies. Get started with these almond ones. (My Blue & White Kitchen.)
- Fold acorn squash and hazelnuts into these rustic galettes for a seasonal dessert. (Two Red Bowls.)
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