Celebrate the indoors and complete your next meal with cranberries, pumpkins, potatoes, and more popular side dishes for fall!
A kid-friendly version of the twice baked potato.
Make a special lunch for the little princess in your life, complete with jewel berry bracelets and magic wands!
Peanuts are Dumbo's favorite treat, and this tangy peanut dipping sauce is sure to be a favorite with your pack of preschoolers.
Create a savory side dish or appetizer in less than 30 minutes. Crimini and button mushrooms are baked in a buttery broth flavored with fresh herbs.
These scrumptious baked sweet potatoes are a great side dish for Thanksgiving, or perfect on their own.
This easy recipe gives kids a chance to get more involved in the Thanksgiving kitchen. All a grown-up needs to do is melt the butter and help with the oven.
Instead of the sticky-sweet candied yams traditionally served at holiday dinners, this butternut squash recipe offers a lighter flavor that works for any fall or winter meal. It's mixed with brown sugar and sage to create true seasonal comfort food.
Each year at Thanksgiving time, thousands of pounds of sweet potatoes are cooked and consumed. There's no need to do that same-old same-old, though -- this recipe is delicious and eye-appealing, making it a real hit at your Thanksgiving Day table.
These sweet, bite-size appetizers can be made a few hours ahead of time and stored, in a single layer, on a covered baking sheet at room temperature. To reheat the crisps, simply remove their cover and slide them into the oven at 400° for 5 to 7 minutes.
This casserole of potatoes mashed with mozzarella, prosciutto, and salami and baked until the cheese melts and the top is crusty and brown is great as a side with chicken or a roast or on its own with a green salad.
Sweetened with pineapple, this chunky cranberry sauce is not only delicious with Thanksgiving turkey but makes a great complement to a pork, beef, or chicken dinner.
Moist and savory, these scones are a lovely alternative to biscuits or rolls at the holiday table. Present them to the host in a napkin-lined basket that's ready for serving.