If, like us, you get sick of beer and wine at Thanksgiving, try one of these recipes for a special cocktail (or big cocktail batch) that you can use to impress those relatives you only see once a year.
Winter squashes have a special place in our hearts and on our holiday tables (naturally, the two are linked).
Accept an invitation for Thanksgiving and you figure you’re in the clear: no need to get up at 4 a.m.
From quick breads to yeasted rolls, something baked and sliced is always our favorite side, Thanksgiving buffet or ordinary Wednesday supper.
Apples and sage are one of the most evocative fall pairings we know—the sweetness and subtle acidity of aromatic apples like Galas or Pink Ladies, with the resinous, piny scent of the fresh herb.
Alton Brown’s Good Eats Roast Turkey recipe from Food Network is a marvel. You make a brine out of veggie stock, brown sugar, peppercorns, allspice, candied ginger, and salt, naturally.
Although pie is the usual star of the Thanksgiving dessert parade, sometimes you’ve got to branch out and try something new.
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These days nothing about Thanksgiving is sacred. Case in point: BuzzFeed’s Thanksgiving in a Bucket, which is exactly what it sounds like: stuffing, mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, turkey, gravy, and cranberry sauce, all layered on top of one another in a three-gallon pail.
One of the most popular American dishes ever, macaroni and cheese is more of a mindset than a recipe, shorthand for easy, unchallenging comfort food.
Infusing alcohol like vodka, gin, tequila, rum, and brandy is a great way to add your own special touch to a homemade cocktail, and it also makes a great gift.
Every Thanksgiving, we hear the same complaint: There’s not enough space in the oven. And we concede that between roasting vegetables, baking pies, and cooking the hours-long turkey, it can seem nearly impossible for everything to arrive hot to the table, all at the same time.
Time-strapped home cooks know the crock pot to be the secret behind a set-it-and-forget-it supper. But the ceramic vessel, which is typically tasked with breaking down tough cuts of meat, can also be your secret weapon at a holiday party.
Thanksgiving is every American's biggest cooking event of the year, highly anticipated for all its tryptophanorific goodness.
When you think of Thanksgiving dessert, the number one pick is always pie. Here are 14 kinds that would be a welcome addition to any Thanksgiving menu, starting with everyone’s favorite, pumpkin!
The two imperatives of Thanksgiving pie crust are make it tender, and make it flaky. Those things don't happen by accident though.
Yes, you can have a big Thanksgiving and invite the entire family. But with travel delays, family tensions, and heightened expectations, the stress can often overwhelm.
Whether it's turkeys or tomatoes, heirloom varieties are hot, hot, hot. More people are looking for foods that hark back to an era before industrial agriculture and genetic manipulation.
Sweet potatoes bust into the seasonal American diet in a big way every year at Thanksgiving. Below, you'll find a handful of recipes appropriate for the Thanksgiving buffet (and other holiday tables), but first, an easily memorized formula for the simplest sweet potato side ever: diced, tossed with a little oil, seasoning, and brown sugar.
Cranberries are essential at Thanksgiving, but what you don't need is extra stress. Good thing making a delicious, orange-scented, and not-too-sweet cranberry relish is so easy, you don't even need a recipe, certainly not a complicated one.