Make One of These Stuffing Dishes for Thanksgiving Dinner at Orion at the Cascades I & II

Stuffing is traditionally one of the main dishes at Thanksgiving dinner. If you are in need of a recipe for the big meal at Orion at the Cascades I & II, give one of these a try:

Awesome Sausage, Apple and Cranberry Stuffing [allrecipes.com]
Sweet and savory comes together in this recipe thanks to the fruit and sausage in the dish. The recipe will make enough stuffing to fill a 10-pound turkey. If you're making an even bigger bird, you could always double the recipe.

Dried Fruit and Nut Cornbread Dressing [marthastewart.com]
If you'd like to add a bit of a crunch to your stuffing, make this dish with dried nuts. Combine the crunch with a fruity taste and this might just become your new favorite version of stuffing. To achieve a more rustic flavor, use cornbread instead of breadcrumbs.

Ciabatta Stuffing with Chestnuts and Raisins [myrecipes.com]
This stuffing is packed with flavor. It's seasoned with rosemary, sage, and parsley, and sweet raisins and chestnuts give it a unique taste.

Prepare One of These Molten Chocolate Cake Recipes at Orion at the Cascades I & II

Instead of serving the usual desserts at your next get-together, think about making molten lava cake. Try one of these recipes and enjoy the crumbly, chocolatey dessert:

  1. Red Velvet Molten Lava Cake [Half Baked Harvest]
    If chocolate and red velvet are two of your favorite sweet treats, this recipe is a must. Combine coconut milk, melted chocolate, and red food coloring and enjoy this elegant twist on molten lava cake.
  2. Molten Chocolate Cake [Pioneer Woman]
    This classic recipe calls for heavy whipping cream, semi-sweet baking chocolate, real butter, and fresh eggs. Visual learners will really appreciate this recipe, which features step-by-step photographs.
  3. Molten Chocolate Cakes [Food and Wine]
    If you want to make a molten chocolate cake and don't have much time to make it, resort to this recipe. It calls for seven ingredients and requires just four steps.

Use Your Apples at Orion at the Cascades I & II to Make These Dishes

If you went apple picking and you're looking for ways to incorporate your bounty into your cooking, here are some dishes to try at Orion at the Cascades I & II:

Székelyalmás [saveur.com]
Don't be intimidated by the name of this recipe; it's easy to throw together. The Hungarian dish consists of apples and pork in a cider cream sauce. The marjoram, a prominent spice in this recipe, gives it a unique flavor.

Roasted Winter Squash and Apple Soup [marthastewart.com]
If you like creamy soups but you're not so found of the fat and calories that come along with them, check out this healthy recipe. It's made with 10 ingredients, and among them are apples and squash!

Chicken, Apple, and Fennel Salad [bonappetit.com/]
This chicken, apple, and fennel salad is perfect for a light lunch or a side dish with dinner. The recipe calls for sliced fennel and julienned apples. Homemade mustard dressing and toasted almonds bring extra flavor and crunch.

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