Whoa—planning for November in June or July? Yes! This is the time to put away goodies from your summer garden to pull out for your Thanksgiving feast.
Thanksgiving leftovers are wonderful because they can be used to create so many delicious, quick, and easy meals. Here are some hints and recipes to inspire you.
This collection of 13 clean-eating Thanksgiving treats to make with your kids is packed full of yummy, healthy treats that you and your kids will enjoy creating together. This is such a fun time of year—get your kids involved in helping now, and you'll have an excited, involved kid for life.
Where I'm from, we take Thanksgiving seriously! Here are my personal best recipes: sweet potatoes, dinner rolls, cranberry relish, pumpkin pies, stuffing, even whoopie pies!
Thanksgiving turkey is wonderful on Day one. Day two delights us with sandwiches, but by day three are you getting bored? Be bored no longer. Here are imaginative ways to use those gobbler leftovers.
Pumpkin pie—did it begin with the Pilgrims? Let's learn the background of this sweet treat, try a "from scratch" recipe, and then explore some fun spin-offs.
Thanksgiving for most people is a time of family celebration and feasting on the seasonal turkey and trimmings. There are some, however, who are forced to spend Thanksgiving alone and may be under the impression that a turkey dinner is not therefore feasible. This page shows how Thanksgiving turkey dinners for one are entirely possible and provides a number of very different preparation options.
Such controversy! Is the turkey stuffed, or do you eat your "dressing" on the side? Wheat bread only, cornbread, or wild rice? Oysters: yes or no? Let's put our differences aside and have fun cooking.
Here are seven authentic recipes dating back to the colonial days that will make your Thanksgiving truly traditional.
Here's my recipe for a popular Thanksgiving dessert cake featuring pumpkin, spices, and maple frosting. Recipes are also included for eggnog frosting and apple frosting, so take your pick!
Every Thanksgiving, the great debate arises again: Is the famous holiday side dish called "stuffing" or "dressing"? Many cooks swear by one or the other, and they will not deviate from their opinions.
One of my favorite dishes is cornbread dressing, or dressin' as we like to say it in the South. I can eat dressin' any time of year, and it's always a hit at family functions. In my opinion, this dish will go well with collard greens, black-eyed peas, and a big glass of sweet tea!