Make Your Holiday Feast Memorable With These Heartwarming Recipes
"Don't mess with the turkey" might be the best advice of all.
Perfectly Crisp Roast Turkey
Dry-brined, rubbed with spiced butter and V-rack-roasted, this turkey is all about the details.
Vinegar Glazed Roots
These veggies are hit with horseradish and vinegar, then tempered with honey and caramelized shallots.
Cornbread & Oyster Dressing
This herbed oyster stuffing feels like a special occasion all on its own.
Savory Swiss Chard & Mushroom Bundles
There’s a chance you may have a vegetarian at your holiday table!
Cranberry & Beet Relish
With more complexity than a basic cranberry sauce, this deep red relish has a tangy punch.
Cream Puffs With Cider-Caramelized Apples & Bourbon Cream
This festive dessert is the perfect ending to your holiday meal.
6 Traditional Thanksgiving Recipes Reimagined For Modern Day
Before she left for a two year adventure in London, our food editor Kristen Eppich created a throwback Thanksgiving feast.
Roasted Onion Dip
It’s tempting to stir the onions while caramelizing, but be patient and leave them untouched until they take on that rich, dark colour in the pan…
Upside-Down Roast Turkey
It’s important to use a roasting rack when cooking a turkey upside down, as the meat becomes very tender and can be harder to remove from the pan. This is a large turkey, as we tend to serve a crowd at my house, so be sure to reduce the cook…
Charred Brussels Sprouts On Parmesan Cream
Simplify your Thanksgiving feast by making the Parmesan Cream the day before. To soften, heat slowly in the microwave or in a pot over low heat, stirring often.
Sweet Potatoes With Pumpkin Seed Pesto
As an alternative, you can roast the sweet potatoes whole, then make a cut down the center and spoon in the pesto like a baked potato.
Spinach & Pumpernickel Stuffing
If you’re juggling dishes for oven time, cook this stuffing the day before and refrigerate. While the turkey is resting, slip the stuffing into a 325°F oven, loosely covered, and it’ll be warm and perfect by the time the turkey is served.
Calvados Apple & Ricotta Parfait
The apple brandy makes this recipe rich and delicious, but if you prefer not to use alcohol, substitute with apple cider and a drop or two of good-quality vanilla extract.
6 Tasty Thanksgiving Sides For Veggie Lovers
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