Time-tested recipes for a good, old-fashioned Thanksgiving.
This little twist on the classic comfort food serves up rich, rib-sticking potatoes like grandma used to make.
This homemade cranberry sauce recipe is a surefire hit for your holiday meal.
With just a hint of curry, this gorgeous soup smells almost as wonderful as it tastes. Make it in large batches and freeze it for a quick supper all winter long, or serve as an elegant first course at your holiday feast.
This stuffing is a fun variation on a classic -- sausage, leeks and cornbread add moisture and flavor, while cubes of artisan bread and plenty of sage and celery please the traditionalists.
Though sweet potatoes might taste like dessert, they are actually packed with nutrients, including vitamins A and C, and most kids will readily gobble them up, especially when prepared this way.
This is an easy yet elegant side dish that compliments anything from a turkey dinner to a standing rib roast. Set aside some beans, before they're tossed with the mushroom mixture, for the pickier eaters at your table.
Turkey skin acts as a sort of rain slicker: outside flavors have a tough time penetrating it. So for this recipe, we combine herbs with softened butter and lemon zest and smear them directly onto the meat, after working the skin loose by hand.
Don't let brining intimidate you. You'll get great, savory flavor with these simple steps to the perfect bird.
If Italians had invented roast turkey, it would turn out something like this. Wonderfully fragrant with garlic and rosemary, this savory roast turkey makes an impressive holiday feast that's sure to wow your guests.
If you're prone to turkey trauma, relax. Here's a foolproof recipe that ensures a perfect feast.
Could this be the perfect bird? This wonderfully moist and flavorful turkey, perfectly seasoned within and without, may just be the one your holiday table's been waiting for.
A must-have on everyone's Thanksgiving table, this delicious pumpkin pie recipe features a silky smooth custard and rich caramel flavor. You'll want to save room for a second helping!
This pie will give you that farm fresh flavor, right in your own kitchen.
This melt-in-your-mouth dish is perfectly suited for Thanksgiving Day.
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.
Hearty Mashed Potatoes
Butternut Squash Soup
Sage and Sausage Stuffing
Sweet Potato Soufflé
Green Beans with Mushrooms and Shallots
Rosemary-Garlic Roast Turkey
Traditional Roast Turkey
Turkey and Perfect Gravy
Pumpkin Pie from Scratch
Indiana Corn Casserole
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