This may sound crazy, but if you were to start your menu planning based on a bottle of Bobbie's Boat Sauce, you'd end up with some exceptionally delicious offerings for your Thanksgiving table. Kick things off with a round of Bobbie's Best Cheese Straws (and some champagne). It's a little late in the week, but the buttermilk and Boat Sauce brine that I recommend for grilled chicken is fantastic for turkey, in an oven. Keep the heat low and only raise it at the end if it hasn't browned to your liking. Once-reviled brussels sprouts are now America's Favorite Vegetable™, and my treatment of brussels sprouts with pancetta (or without) is a simple and not super heavy side dish.
We have Thanksgiving dinner covered (give me some time and I could come up with a dozen other suggestions), but everyone knows that the best part of Thanksgiving is the leftovers, and Bobbie's Boat Sauce is The Ultimate Leftoverizer™. I'll be pouring some BBS on my stuffing, dredging my mashed potatoes through a puddle on the side of my plate, and applying it to my open-faced turkey melt. I could go on, but when it comes to leftovers and Bobbie's Boat Sauce, you are only encumbered by the limits of your imagination. Do you dream in black and white, or in orange?