Truth on the Thanksgiving meal. In Brewmaster's Table, Garrett Oliver talks for multiple pages about how biere de garde is the PERFECT beer for thanksgiving (more the gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, etc.) meals. BDG is very similar to saison, but a touch maltier, or in some cases, straight up sweeter up front, and many of the herbal notes come from the yeast and fermentation temps. He says that those herbal notes link up great with the herbs in stuffing/bird, etc., and the complex malt backbone enhances turkey, which he says, truthfully, is usually not the all-star of the thanksgiving meal. Just bottled my first, and it is AMAZING, plus they say is ages well (translated to "beer for keeping").
May have to do a 'saison-y' beer with the herbs you mention, plus maybe a bit of darker malts that will be ready in time for turkey day.
Congrats on a successful brew...may have to 'borrow' from this recipe soon :-D