Thanksgiving dinner is about more than just the turkey. These delectable side dishes will perfectly complement your turkey. This Thanksgiving, try making new family traditions and try our Thanksgiving side dish recipes.

Butternut Squash Soup 

Butternut squash and cold weather were made for each other. The quintessential fall favorite butter butternut squash goes down perfectly before you dig into your turkey. The best soup is ultra creamy and full of complex roasted butternut squash flavor. Be sure to sit down with us this Thanksgiving and try our Butternut squash soup. 

Autumn Salad

Compliment the hearty meal with a tasty autumn salad. Salads should never be just a boring pile of leaves but filled with some of the best flavors of fall. Top your salad with butternut squash, dried cranberries, and crisp apples. These autumn salads are delicious but give your family the nutrition they need. Give our autumn salad a try this Thanksgiving. 

Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes 

Who doesn’t have mashed potatoes on their Thanksgiving table? Why not try a fun twist of garlic mashed potatoes. This is a simple dish that will feed a large crowd. This cozy carb recipe will have your guests requesting seconds. 

Fresh Herb Stuffing 

Skip the packaged stuffing box and dive into a stuffing that is big on flavor. There is a secret to an excellent stuffing dish that requires you to make your own bread, use butter or olive oil, and plenty of fresh herbs. 

Candied Yams with Brown Sugar 

Get a taste of southern cooking no matter where you’re celebrating Thanksgiving with these rich, syrupy sweet potatoes. Candied yams are like a small preview of dessert, a treat for the sweet tooth before the serious business of pies and cakes begin. Though candied yams might be super sweet, they’re the perfect complement to savory dishes.

Honey-Sage Sweet Potatoes, Pears and Onions 

A colorful mixture of sweet potatoes, red onions, and pears blend with sage and sweet honey. Adding in pears makes this savory side dish a must-have Thanksgiving addition. This dish is a healthier version of potatoes gratin, roasted to perfection. 

If it were up to us, our entire Thanksgiving feast would be a never-ending sight of Thanksgiving side dishes. Let’s face it; it’s not the turkey that keeps us coming back for more, it’s candied yams, creamy garlic mashed potatoes, and the butternut squash soup. This Thanksgiving, fill your bellies with a delicious Thanksgiving dinner at Strega Waterfront! We have a traditional Thanksgiving meal prepared by our world-class chefs. But most importantly, we say the more sides, the merrier! Bring on all the Thanksgiving sides!

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