Whether you plan to slowly roast your turkey or quick grill a turkey breast, find the right recipe for your Thanksgiving dinner.
Tired of making the same-old, same-old for all your holiday meals? This year, wow your friends and family with Alison Needham's delicious and inventive holiday recipes.
Spice up your dinner routine with 10 easy recipes featuring this lean family favorite.
Got a fridge full of leftovers? Make the most of your leftover ham, turkey, and trimmings with these fresh meal ideas. Since most of your ingredients are already cooked, each recipe is fast and easy to prepare.
If you're prone to turkey trauma, relax. Here's a foolproof recipe that ensures a perfect feast.
If your kids are taco fans, they'll love to fill their shells with this mildly spicy turkey meat and pile them high with toppings. The turkey filling can also be used for nachos, quesadillas and burritos.
Your young turkey-lovers can help mix up the batter for these sizzling, tasty nuggets, but frying them is a job for parents only.
You can use your left over turkey stuff from Thanksgiving to make your gravy for Christmas.
This savory stuffing recipe makes enough to fill a 14- to 16-pound bird and is always a hit, even with kids. And when made with low-fat turkey sausage, this is a healthy and complete meal in itself.
This full-flavored gravy is made with instant dissolving flour instead of the standard roux, which makes it low fat and low effort.
This simple pot pie makes delicious use of all those turkey leftovers, and the cheesy biscuit crust is perfect for sopping up all the flavorful sauce. Use chicken if you don't have turkey -- the result is just as good.
You can whip up this cheese-a-licious ground turkey casserole in less than an hour by using frozen veggies and mashed potatoes. Simple and economical, it's also packed with nutrients -- and is a real taste treat for kids.
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