Leftover celery teams up with chicken, carrots, tomato paste, and rice to become Minestra del Sedano, a satisfying meal in a bowl.
Dried cherries, pecans and orange zest and juice flavor this not-too-sweet cake, perfect for a holiday breakfast or with coffee and tea.
A festive one-dish brunch that's easy to make and will feed a crowd.
A version of the classic green bean casserole made from scratch with fresh, delicious ingredients.
A main course for Christmas that doesn't require a lot of fussy side dishes.
A simple and easy traditional Christmas ham with a delicious pineapple glaze.
Tutti frutti chocolate fudge and crispy peanut butter snowballs are just a couple of recipes to get you started.
Red velvet cupcakes dress up the holidays.
Cookies just the way Grandma used to make them.
A sweet, savory, spicy, and surprisingly delicious appetizer.
A gorgeous, colorful dish that can be served as a side or main course.
A sweet treat to wrap up and give as a holiday gift.
Vanilla cookies dipped in caramel and rolled in nuts, a perfect treat-on-a-stick for holiday parties.
An elegant hors d’oeuvre for a holiday party or perfect first course for a seated dinner.
Festive red velvet cookies add a colorful touch to holiday cookie plates.
A candy cane treat to put you in the holiday mood.
Thanksgiving leftovers in mashed potato-topped turkey pie.
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 Thanksgiving turkey beautifully presented with a woven bacon 'blanket.'
A classic Thanksgiving dish invented by Campbell's Soup in 1955 freed women everywhere.