Festive red velvet cookies add a colorful touch to holiday cookie plates.
A delicious broth is the key to this noodle and vegetable Asian soup.
A round-up of food-related ideas for your 2011 holiday gift list.
Try this modified 'pressure cooker' technique to make tender braised ribs in less than 2 hours.
A candy cane treat to put you in the holiday mood.
Amazingly simple to put together and makes a great addition to any holiday treat collection.
Roasting chicken, sweet potatoes, parsnips, onions, garlic and rosemary together melds flavors beautifully in this one-pan meal.
Thanksgiving leftovers in mashed potato-topped turkey pie.
A crunchy, sweet, salty, sour, and spicy good-for-you salad.
What to do when you don't have time for things to 'go wrong' in the kitchen.
Butternut squash and cranberry orange chèvre on pumpkin bread.
From oven-roasted turkey to green bean casserole to sweet potato pie. Here's a list of Thanksgiving recipe favorites.
Having a smaller Thanksgiving gathering? Try braising turkey drumsticks instead of roasting a whole bird.
Sweet potato is almost a dead ringer for pumpkin. Make your own purée by softening the spuds for 10 minutes in the microwave.
Seasonal favorite pecan pie is even better with a little chocolate.
If you hate Brussels sprouts you may change your mind after trying this dish.
Smooth or chunky, cranberry relish has won its place on the Thanksgiving table.
A simple, quick meal that takes 5 minutes to put together so you can relax as it simmers.
Freeze cookie dough ahead of time so you can create holiday cookies at a moment's notice.
Planning ahead can help eliminate cooking-related stress over the holidays.