If you're a last minute planner (like I am sometimes), you might not have your complete Thanksgiving dinner planned yet and I'm here to help!  I did a quick search and found some traditional Thanksgiving dinner recipes to help you out on your last minute planning!

  • The Turkey

    Every Thanksgiving dinner should be center around a succulent and juicy turkey.  You can try this recipe for a roasted garlic and meyer lemon rubbed turkey.  Check out the recipe from the Huffington Post.

  • The Stuffing

    It's a natural pairing and every time I think of turkey I think of dressing.  Now I know there's a huge variety of dressing - do you make it with bread or cornbread?  I'm a cornbread kind of guy.  So in this recipe it says you can substitute cornbread for bread.  However, I DO NOT turn down my grandmothers recipe for bread/cornbread stuffing - sorry, I'm not turning that one over!

  • The Green Bean Casserole

    Green beans have come a long way and now they're on just about everyone Thanksgiving table in the form of a casserole.  You can't go wrong with Paula Deen's Green Bean recipe.

  • The Sweet Potatoes

    Sweet potatoes are one of my family favorites.  Here is a great recipe - the only thing I would add to it is maybe some marshmallows on top once it comes out of the oven or just before coming out.

  • The Pecan Pie

    Now some would say the perfect ending to a Thanksgiving meal would be pumpkin pie.  Here's where I disagree!  My grandfather makes the best pecan pies in the world!  Sorry again, I won't be divulging this recipe either!  But I did find a simple southern pecan pie online that you can try out though!