Give this "Pilgrim's Pie" recipe a go. With only one mouthful, you can experience the whole flavor of Thanksgiving!

Ground Half a pound of turkey
One big onion, coarsely chopped (plus half a cup for stuffing)
Three minced cloves of garlic (plus one extra for stuffing)
Two medium carrots, peeled and chopped
Two stalks of sliced celery (plus two more stalks for stuffing)
One cup of frozen peas
One cup of chicken broth (two more cups for stuffing, extra for gravy)
One tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce
Ingredients: 2 tablespoons tomato paste
One teaspoon of chopped fresh thyme (plus another teaspoon for stuffing)
One teaspoon of chopped fresh rosemary (plus another teaspoon for filling)
Depending on your preference, add salt and pepper.
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Use 2 tablespoons of butter (plus 4 more tablespoons for stuffing, mashed potatoes, and gravy).
Use one cup of milk to make mashed potatoes.
Half a cup of shredded cheddar cheese (optional; use it to top mashed potatoes)
One cup of buttered breadcrumbs (optional topping)
Optional: Turkey Gravy: Make it own or follow the box directions.
Get the Stuffing Ready:
In 2 tablespoons of butter, sauté 1/2 cup of onion, 1 bulb of garlic, and 2 stalks of celery. Combine the thyme and rosemary, adding a teaspoon of each. The time of year.
Simmer while you add 2 cups of chicken broth.
Carefully combine 4 cups of dried bread cubes with broth in a dish.
Warm up the oven. Preheat the oven to 375°F, or 190°C, to prepare the baking dish. Put some oil in a casserole dish.
Get the turkey and veggies cooked:
Brown the turkey meat. Toss in the rest of the garlic, carrots, celery, and onion. Saute till almost done.
Toss in 1 cup of chicken stock, along with the Worcestershire sauce, tomato paste, the rest of the thyme, and garlic. Reduce heat and stir in peas. In a casserole dish, place the meat.
Add Stuffing Layers:
After the stuffing is made, pour it over the turkey mixture.
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Coat: Coat for thirty to forty minutes.
While casserole is baking, make the turkey gravy. You may use a premade mix or whip up your own using turkey fat, flour, butter, and broth.

After a short cooling period, serve the dish. Toss with heated turkey gravy before serving.
One of the most wonderful Thanksgiving dishes is Pilgrim's Pie, which combines all of the traditional ingredients in one convenient package. Have a wonderful holiday feast!