This is a great casserole for friends and relatives who have lingered through the weekend. It’s easy to put together and extends the holiday flavors.
While everyone is waiting around for the the roasted turkey to 'rest' these pops of flavor will be a perfect appetizer at Thanksgiving.
Can't decide what kind of pie to make for Thanksgiving? Why settle for one flavor? Try this winning combination of cranberries and mixed berries in one delicious pie.
A cherry pie so good everyone will forget their political opinions at Thanksgiving dinner.
Making pumpkin pie from a whole pumpkin is much easier than you think. The key is to start with a small sugar pumpkin.
Gravy requires only fat, thickener, and stock but adding sauteed shallots will improve the taste.
For your Thanksgiving guests who do not eat meat, or simply do not like turkey, delicata stuffed squash makes a hearty entree for the holiday table.
This festive fennel salad is beautiful to look at and combines warmth, taste, and texture to perfection.
The best way to prepare Brussels sprouts is oven-roasted and studded with bacon.
These delicious deviled eggs could stop any political conversations at Thanksgiving dinner and turn thought toward food instead.
Green bean casserole on the Thanksgiving table is a hotly debated topic in some families. This recipe offers a way to ease up on some of the heavier ingredients.
This cheesy corn pudding will have everyone coming back for seconds.
Southwestern succotash, good any time of the year, makes a perfect side for roast turkey during the holidays.
This variation of green bean casserole uses fresh herbs and hazelnuts for a more sophisticated flavor in a favorite Thanksgiving dish.
Delicious pumpkin bread gets an added boost of sweetness and flavor with frosting and chopped pecans.
Wild rice pilaf is a lovely, autumnal dish when paired with apples, cranberries and pecans and would make an especially tasty side for a Thanksgiving meal.