Thanksgiving Table Treats: Common dishes with a twist. DAY 1

I can’t believe Thanksgiving is less than a week away! As I speak my boyfriend has already begun the Thanksgiving festivities at a friends house enjoying “Practice Thanksgiving” (I’m babysitting but the children are all asleep nestled in their beds….but hoping to go over there once the parents get home). “Practice Thanksgiving” is an annual celebration- a bunch of young adults get together, bringing a traditional Thanksgiving side-dish while the host prepares a turkey. Everyone chows down on thanksgiving food a week before the actual holiday. 

If you are anything like me, Thanksgiving is not just a holiday of thanks- but a meal to be savored. Sometimes, however, with lots of friends and family to celebrate, you end up eating the same Turkey-mashed-potatoes-and-gravy meal, over and over again. Thanksgiving can often turn up to be like a clip from “Groundhogs”day. 
 How about sprucing things up a little? For this lovely thanksgiving week, here the first recipe in my Thanksgiving Treat series : (By the way…this is a grill recipe- for all the men out there!) 
Sweet Potato Stacks
3 large sweet potatoes, peeled, cut into 3/4-inch-thick slices
2 tablespoons canola oil
1/2 cup crumbled blue cheese
1 tablespoon mesquite seasoning
1/4 cup pecans chopped
1/4 cup bacon pieces
2 teaspons while balsamic glaze
Preheat grill your grill and combine potatoes, oil and seasoning until coated evenly. Place each potato slice onto the grill and cook for about 4-5 minutes until potato is golden. Once  potatoe is done cooking, place on a dish and drizzle remaining combined ingrediants on top of potatoes. A drizzle more of balsamic  glaze can be added as well if desired. 

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