Not many will openly admit they don't care for traditional Thanksgiving turkey. But there are many cuisine alternatives to choose from. This Asian twist on the poultry centerpiece will make the holiday feel new.
Cornbread stuffing with sausage and dried cranberries is perfect with Thanksgiving turkey. It also works well as a side for chicken or pork chops.
Savory and sweet mingle in a satisfying way in this stuffed acorn squash.
Apple cider, delicata squash and savory herbs, cooked down into tasty, glazed bites for your Thanksgiving table.
Winter squash, such as acorn or butternut, can make a filling, seasonal soup that's sure to please. This version, made with coconut milk, will satisfy vegan appetites.
This classic cheesy dip will be a hit at any holiday party, beginning with your Thanksgiving gathering.
Make your own homemade masala chai spice mix and keep on hand to warm up on damp autumn days with a hot drink.
Comfort food for autumn: baked macaroni and cheese with delicata squash.
Cooking for one can be a chore for some. Instead, see it as a chance to indulge in old favorites and experiment a little.
These coconut laddus, a kind of truffle, is one of many sweets that are used to celebrate Diwali, a celebration recognized by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and some Buddhists, of good over evil.
In this favorite Afghan dish, kaddo bourani, baked pumpkin is sweetened with sugar and cinnamon, topped with a mint-flecked, garlicky yogurt sauce, and a drizzle of ground beef in a earthy, spiced tomato sauce.