Thanksgiving should be about devoting oneself to the things that truly matter: family, friends, and a memorable feast. Our season-inspired table marries sophistication and simplicity, so you have time to focus on what’s true and dear to your heart: celebrating with your loved ones.
Adding delicious sweet potatoes to this mash is a great way to boost the nutritional content and cut the starch.
An elegant and playful side dish made of sweet and Yukon gold potatoes.
We love the simple and warm elegance of this pumpkin centerpiece, mix with autumn blooms and candles for an intimate and sophisticated setting.
Attach guest seating arrangements to pears or apples for a nature-inspired evening decor that will play up the Fall color palette of the table’s centrepiece.
Keep the cold weather at bay with this delicious and hearty squash soup recipe.
Venture beyond the traditional bowl service, and ladle this comforting soup into delicately ornate mugs instead.
The Venue and Menu team, Josette Buisson and Linda Chadwick, putting the finishing touches on our Thanksgiving feast.
Karen Chadwick, making some last minute verifications to our recipes to ensure that everything is simply perfect.
Even traditional family affairs like Thanksgiving dinner can benefit from a touch of fun. Add a dash of color to your table with this flowering cabbage and keep the hunger pains at bay with salted caramels.
Roasting beets will intensify their natural sweetness and make this side dish a truly memorable addition.
This rustic pie combines a light flaky pastry crust with the sweetness of blueberries. We came across this gorgeous 1940’s recipe book and could not resist incorporating it into our menu.
Moist and delicious, this caramel pecan coffee cake blends the perfect amount of salty, sweet, and crunchy to keep even your pickiest guests satisfied.
Why wait until the end of the meal to show-off your desserts? Set up a mouth-watering table to remind your guests to save some room for dessert.