A hearty, meaty stew made perfect with a drizzle of black truffle oil.
A creamy, creamless tomato soup from America's Test Kitchen.
These fresh cranberry almond soft batch cookies will get you in the mood for holiday baking.
This economical yet delicious soup utilizes leftover turkey stuffing to make perfect dumplings.
Spice up your Turkey Day leftovers with a curried salad for lunch.
The best part of Thanksgiving? Days of leftovers made from your favorite dishes. Here's how to combine a few favorites to make a turkey chowder.
The key to this pumpkin cheesecake is the spices. It will quickly take its place alongside other favorite Thanksgiving desserts.
Why choose between desserts on Thanksgiving? Make this pumpkin and pecan mash-up in one delicious pie.
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.
How can you go wrong with an ingredient list like this? Just be careful you don't hog the whole bowl for yourself at Thanksgiving.
A perfectly easy and delicious accompaniment to a main course. Use a variety of heirloom carrots to bring a burst of color to your Thanksgiving table.
This tender butternut squash is perfection and won't fail to delight on holiday tables.
You don't need to stuff a turkey to make this delicious dressing for Thanksgiving. It also makes a good vegetarian option for your table spread.
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.