Share Something New: Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes With a Splash of Sutter Home

| Posted by Heather for Sutter Home

Thanksgiving

When it comes to Thanksgiving dinner, there’s nothing like a dish that honors your family’s traditions. Maybe it’s your great grandmother’s top-secret stuffing recipe, or the post-dinner pumpkin pie that you make from scratch. It’s these heartwarming customs that bring your loved ones together, creating memories you’ll cherish well beyond the holidays.

This year, start a new tradition by serving classic dishes with a full-flavored kick. Pass around your favorite plates with a little something extra that comes courtesy of Sutter Home wines. Think turkey marinade with a splash of Cabernet Sauvignon, or mashed sweet potatoes with the crisp taste of Sauvignon Blanc. The addition of our wine only enhances the flavors you love in the meals you create year after year. Best of all, these dishes make wine pairing a breeze — serve the wine in the recipe alongside the finished fare. Round out the evening with a toast to traditions, both new and old.

Try these fresh new ways to bring wine into your traditional recipes for the holidays and beyond.

Sutter Home Cabernet Sauvignon & Turkey Marinade

Combining this dry red with olive oil, onion, parsley, garlic, and thyme makes for one flavorful marinade. It’s quite possibly — dare we say it — better than gravy.

Sutter Home Sauvignon Blanc & Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Adding some crisp white wine to your sweet potato recipe will up its delicious taste, allowing this classic side dish to be more center stage with your main course.

Sutter Home Merlot & Chicken Sauce

Similar to the turkey marinade, adding dry red to your chicken sauce ups the flavor factor of this go-to dish.

If you like this you’ll also enjoy these Sutter Home wine suggestions for Thanksgiving: http://bit.ly/2eN7Ut9

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