Thanksgiving Side of the Day: Giada's Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta

By: Kate Andersen
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The clock is ticking ever closer on the Thanksgiving countdown, but we’re still featuring different side dishes to inspire your harvest spread right up until the big day itself.  We’ve covered the basics – stuffing, cranberry sauce, and mashed and sweet potato options – but if you’ve been waiting for something a little fresher, your time has come. Giada’s Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta should be able to win over even your pickiest eaters – simmered in chicken broth and tossed with crisp, garlicky pancetta and shallots they’re both a refreshingly light companion to Thanksgiving’s heartier fare without being any less indulgent.

Browse 50+ Thanksgiving side dishes to fill out your menu. And, for hundreds more ideas, recipes and menus for your feast, check out FoodNetwork.com/Thanksgiving.

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