November 10, 2011
I have so many wonderful memories of seasonal holidays, and most of them are centered around my passion for good food. There are some holidays that cater to this passion more than others, and Thanksgiving is definitely high on that list! It’s a day that I look forward to preparing a feast for my family at home or getting a group together and celebrating at Wildfire.
Everything that I may be preparing at home will also be served at Wildfire, with the same quality and care that I give home cooked meals. It’s an all natural Michigan turkey with all the fixings, served family style.
This is our fourth year serving Thanksgiving in Schaumburg, and we have been doing it at our out of state locations for a few years as well. I always make a point to visit Schaumburg on Thanksgiving Day, whether it’s to celebrate with my family or simply to taste the food, and each time I’m struck with how inviting the atmosphere is. The restaurant smells wonderful and the staff is always smiling in anticipation of spending the day with all of the appreciative customers. There really is a positive, celebratory feeling there.
Among the many delicious sides we are serving up is a cranberry relish, which is my wife, Kim’s recipe. It’s a dish that I look forward to every year! Enjoy it at Wildfire, or click here to make it at home. Don’t worry, I have Kim’s permission to share it!
If you’re thinking about spending Thanksgiving at Wildfire this year, click here to view the menu for the location nearest you and to make reservations.
I want to wish you and your loved ones a delicious and memorable Thanksgiving celebration!
From the wood burning oven,