Fleming’s Steakhouse Giftcard Giveaway

Thanksgiving dinner

I’ve been a fan of Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar for years. It used to be my parent’s favorite special occasion restaurant. I always get a smile on my face when my husband says, “Let’s go to Fleming’s for dinner.”

I have some exciting news! Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar will be hosting Thanksgiving for the first time ever with a four-course menu, including traditional favorites like a mixed herb roasted turkey breast and more (only $39.95 per person). They are also offering a special menu for the kids. Take a look at the menu:

Amuse-Bouche

SOPPRESSATA & BRIE CHEESE BITES with apple jalapeño cinnamon chutney, roasted nuts and truffled deviled egg

First Course

FLEMING’S SALAD or LOBSTER BISQUE

Main Course

MIXED HERB ROASTED TURKEY BREAST WITH SAVORY TURKEY GRAVY

Sides

HOUSEMADE BRIOCHE STUFFING

FRESH CRANBERRY, ORANGE AND CINNAMON SAUCE

BUTTER-MASHED SWEET POTATOES

GREEN BEANS WITH BACON, ALMONDS AND ONION

Dessert: Choose between

PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE chantilly cream and caramel glaze

or

CARROT CAKE three layers, with cream cheese frosting and dark-rum caramel drizzle

Pumpkin Cheesecake

Wait there’s more… On Thanksgiving weekend (Friday-Saturday), Fleming’s will also offer all wine on the Fleming’s 100 wine list at $10 per glass. How awesome is that?

Thanksgiving Place Setting

With lots of turkey leftovers on-hand, Executive Chef Russell Skall with Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar has shared his recipe for Turkey Fried Rice, which take less than 30 minutes to prepare. In honor of Thanksgiving, I am hosting a giveaway for a chance to win a $100 dining card to enjoy at Fleming’s on Thanksgiving weekend. To enter, just a leave a comment telling us your favorite thing about Thanksgiving! One winner will be chosen on November 8th. Good luck! See below for Chef Russell’s recipe for Turkey Fried Rice. Happy early Thanksgiving 🙂

Pumpkin Galore

Every day I spend so much time looking at recipes and food blogs. I often get asked, “Don’t I ever get tired of looking at food all day, every day?” Honestly, no. As a Professional Recipe Developer, I am always looking for new, creative ideas for inspiration. I have seen so many incredible pumpkin recipes and ideas lately that I had to share them with you, starting with a recipe from Lisa for Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pistachio Bread  from her blog, With Style & Grace. Pumpkins are a nutritional powerhouse, and I hope you”ll enjoy some of these incredible ideas and recipes.

Here are some of my other favorites:

Maple Pumpkin Fudge from Sugarcrafter

Pumpkin Granola from Chocolate and Carrots

Studded Pumpkins from Gordon Gossip and Horchow

Maple Pumpkin Cheesecake Cooking on the Side

Stacked Monogram Pumpkins from Better Homes and Gardens

Pumpkin Spice Latte Cupcakes by Annie Eats

Pumpkin Vegetable Tray from Taste of Home