Tired of Turkey? Five Delicious Alternatives to Serve This Thanksgiving

Just because it’s dubbed Turkey Day, doesn’t mean you have to serve turkey. Look beyond the bird this year with these classic, tradition-worthy dishes.

Prime Porterhouse Steak

We’ll take a deliciously tender and juicy steak over turkey any day. With only three ingredients, our Texas dry rub recipe is shockingly simple. Season and broil to perfection. Gravy optional.

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Roast Beef Tenderloin with Mushroom Gravy

Our roast beef tenderloin with mushroom gravy is classic comfort food—perfect for a smaller Thanksgiving gathering. Quick and easy to prepare, you’ll be relaxing with your guests instead of slaving away in the kitchen. Serve with mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables, or with your favorite Thanksgiving sides.

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Red Wine Braised Short Ribs

A classic in its own right, our red wine-braised short ribs are especially delicious when paired with mashed potatoes, rice, or thick buttered egg noodles. Cabernet is ideal for braising, but any dry red wine will also work.

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Roast Pork Tenderloin

Like our roast beef tenderloin, this simple and classic roast pork tenderloin recipe is perfect for Thanksgiving, and any leftovers are great the next day in salads and sandwiches. They key to getting a crisp exterior without overcooking the meat, is making sure the pork is completely dry before roasting.

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Beef Stroganoff

Rich in flavor, our beef stroganoff recipe is great made with prime chuck roast. Serve over buttered egg noodles, roasted potatoes, rice, or with buttered bread, with a sprinkle of chopped dill and parsley.

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Put a spin on Thanksgiving dinner this holiday and say goodbye (for now) to turkey. To make it a surf ‘n’ turf night, check out our favorite seafood recipes to add at the dinner table, alongside your favorite side dishes.