Friday, November 19, 2010

The Food Channel Presents A Gulf Coast-Style Thanksgiving Feast

For Immediate Release

Contact: Kay Logsdon
(417) 875-5342/849-7909

The Food Channel® Presents A Gulf Coast-Style Thanksgiving FeastResilient spirits of residents inspire delectable dinner recipes

SPRINGFIELD, MO (November 19, 2010) The Food Channel® is honoring the resilient spirits of America’s Gulf Coast residents with a fabulous Thanksgiving feast full of sumptuous seafood, Creole accents and plenty of Southern tradition.

In celebration of the inspirational efforts made by people rebuilding along the coast in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Texas after the devastating oil spill that followed several natural disasters, The Food Channel has prepared an entire Gulf Coast-style Thanksgiving menu, in tribute to the flavors and traditions that make that region of America distinctive. The Thanksgiving recipe collection is part of a series of articles on chronicling the comeback of America’s Gulf Coast residents.

“This Thanksgiving menu is dedicated to the men, women and children of the American Gulf Coast. We give thanks for their inspirational perseverance, and we’ll continue to help tell their stories of courage and recovery,” said Kay Logsdon, editor of The Food Channel.

Get the dish on recipes for everything from Southern-favorite starters, such as the French 75 champagne cocktail and Creole-spiced toasted pecans, to decadent desserts, including pumpkin cheesecakes with bourbon sauce and pear and cranberry tarts. Also, learn how to prepare New Orleans Oyster Dressing to blend perfectly with a Creole-Butter Roasted Turkey.

Guests will delight in creative, taste-tempting sides served with Southern charm. Try the Crab-Stuffed Artichokes and Corn Maque Choux for truly fantastic additions to your Turkey Day plate.

Visit The Food Channel to discover many more delicious recipes to serve a Gulf Coast-inspired Thanksgiving menu that will have your guests giving thanks for American tradition and celebrating Southern-style, Creole cooking and come backs. To see the entire recipe collection and ready a delightful, Gulf Coast-style Thanksgiving menu, go to

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