Thanksgiving is so close, and we prepared something special for you! A curated selection of matching outfits to spend a perfect holiday together and some special McNally's family recipes for your Thanksgiving table!

Matchy Match

Eleanor Dress + Eleanor Set Vintage Checks


Get The Perfect Picture 

Valentina Dress + Valentina Set Old Check + Vincent Shirt 


First Thanksgiving as a Mom


Bernadette Woman Dress + Bernadette Baby Blouse + Bloomers


Wendy's Turnips N Apples

Everybody who tries this wants the recipe – you’re got it! Serves 6 to 8.

 1 large turnip

    1 tbsp butter

    2 apples

    ¼ cup brown sugar

    Pinch of cinnamon


    1/3 cup flour

    1/3 cup brown sugar

    2 tbsp butter


    Peel, dice, cook, drain and mash the turnip with butter. Peel and slice apples with brown sugar and cinnamon. Arrange, in greased casserole, turnips and apples in alternative layers beginning and ending with turnips. Combine crust ingredients to a crumbly texture and pat on top of casserole. Bake at 350° for one hours.


    Country Mash

    This is a delicious blend of root vegetables that goes well with any roast or braised dish. Even people who don’t think they would ever eat a parsnip seem to love it. It also makes a great topping for shepherd’s pie. Makes 8 to 10 servings.

     If you make the mash ahead, transfer it to a 13-x 9-inch (3L) baking dish and reheat, covered, at 350°  for 30 to 40 minutes. 

    2 lb (1kg) sweet potatoes, peeled and cut in chunks

    2 lb (1kg) Yukon gold potatoes, peeled and cut in chunks

    1 lb (500 g) parsnips, peeled and cut in chunks

    1 lb (500 g) carrots, squash, turnip, celery root or parsley root, peeled and cut in chunks

    ½ cup (125 ml) extra-virgin olive oil or butter

    ½ cup (125 ml) chicken stock or cream, hot, approx.

    2 tsp (10 ml) kosher salt

    1 small bunch chives, optional 

    1. In a large pot, cover sweet potatoes, regular potatoes, parsnips and carrots with plenty of salted water. Bring to a boil and cook for 25 to 30 minutes, or until tender. Drain well.
    2. Add oil, stock and salt. Mash coarsely. Taste and adjust seasonings if necessary. Spoon into a serving dish.
    3. If using chives, cut into 2-inch (5cm) pieces and sprinkle over vegetables.

    We hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!



    Love these recipes! I will definitely try one of them! Happy Thanksgiving!

    oct 01, 2021

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