This turkey picatta on pumpkin puree recipe is courtesy of Wolfgang Puck (Adventures in the Kitchen) and the Food Network. There are a lot of different flavors going on in this dish. The turkey is cooked with sage leaves and prosciutto and served over a pretty standard pumpkin puree with a thin gravy spooned on top and cranberry catsup on the side. The Hub, my sister and brother-in-law and I were the tasters on this and we all like it. The cranberry catsup is pretty tangy and you would have to like cranberries to enjoy it. Some people felt the pumpkin puree needed more spices, but I thought it was ok and ate the rest of it as a side dish during the week. To make all three parts of the dish at the same time requires more than one set of hands, so I would do as much as possible before hand.