It's the morning of Thanksgiving. Your turkey is still a solid brick of ice. Your entire extended family is arriving in less than three hours.
Starbucks has been treating us to a ton of special holiday drinks this year. It seems like just yesterday they gave us the Toasted White Chocolate Mocha and Chestnut Praline Chai Latte.
This actually happened to a friend of ours last year: She had cleaned out the turkey, rubbed it with her marinade, and was ready to put it in the oven when she realized that she had a roasting pan but no rack!
It's the day before Thanksgiving, so that probably means you're prepping ingredients right now. You might be brining your turkey or making sure it's on its way to being defrosted.
Gravy gets a bad rap as being fussy, tricky to make, and tricky to reheat, but that just isn't true. You can make gravy weeks ahead, freeze, and reheat it on Thanksgiving day.
Just over a year ago, my husband and I decided to separate, but since it was the holidays, we agreed we would wait to tell our kids about this life change.
Celebrity chef BFFs Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert are a fascinating pair. They travel together, cook together, and drink an astonishing amount of alcohol together.
Anyone else here think that the stuffing is the best part of Thanksgiving dinner? I love its mix of textures and flavors — crunchy roasted nuts with soft broth-soaked bread and chewy morsels of spiced sausage.
You know the joy of tearing apart a dinner roll to have tufts of steam pour out of it, because it's still warm from the oven?
You know that friend whose taste in music always makes your ears perk up? That's my friend Austin Powers (no relation to the international man of mystery).
Yes, you really can cook a frozen turkey. Yes, it sounds completely improbable — even slightly alarming.
If you're suffering from lettuce fatigue, it's time to look further down the produce aisle to sweet Swiss chard.
If there's anyone who deserves a little present or pick-me-up this time of year, it's every man and woman in our military who happens to be stationed away from home.
Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time that brings people together, but the New York Times has decided to tear us all apart with a polarizing recipe they say will be our "new favorite Thanksgiving appetizer": Brussels sprout sliders.
Here's a thing I'm certain we can all agree on: Typically the best sides on the Thanksgiving table are meatless.
We spend a lot of time talking about hosting and serving Thanksgiving dinner, but many — if not most — of us are headed to the holidays at someone else's home.
During the winter holidays, I make plenty of pies so that everyone feels comfortable taking a big slab, but that also means I have some leftovers.
Congratulations! You did that big pantry reorg — you tossed out the stuff that expired 10 years ago, got all your bins and storage containers neatly lined up, and added all your favorite Pinterest hacks to make the best possible use of your space.
Even the tastiest dinners can result in a ton of leftovers, which tend to completely take over any smidgen of free space you have in your fridge.
If sandwiches are your go-to for tackling Thanksgiving leftovers, let this triple-decker sandwich be the one you reach for.