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.
For Chicago Cubs fans what could be sweeter than celebrating a World Series win after 108 years? A victory party with chocolate cake inspired by Chicago's Portillo's restaurant.
Bringing family and friends together for the holidays this year might require extra attention to favorite dishes. What are your familys' favorite holiday recipes?
Homemade applesauce is easy to prepare you can also adjust levels and combinations of sweetner and spices to satisfy your tastes.
Slow-cooked pork simmered with onion, garlic, carrot, and cranberries.
This sheet cake is so easy and sweet it almost doesn't need frosting.
Nothing says 'comfort' like macaroni and cheese. This grown-up version uses a savory combination of sharp cheeses and fresh herbs.
A solid peanut butter cookie recipe that makes a cookie that isn't too fragile.
High-end retailer Neiman Marcus is offering up a $66 order of collard greens as part of its Thanksgiving dishes. The greens have now sold out, leaving many wondering about how to appropriately represent and market dishes with cultural significance.
Gooey chocolate brownies topped with Nutella spread and chocolate chips and toffee bits.
Weeknight-quick and one-pan simple, braised chicken thighs and potatoes are brightened with lemon juice and capers.
Do you have a favorite holiday recipe that you make year after year? Here's how you can share it with other Stir It Up! readers in time for the holidays.
Classic tuxedo chili gets a Halloween and Thanksgiving flavor treatment with added pumpkin, turkey, and a finish of cranberry relish.
This bread is fragrantly spiced with just the right amount of sweetness. Try it toasted with a little butter and a sprinkle of salt.
You bought extra Halloween chocolate, right? Because you'll need them for these decadent brownies.
Beef Stroganoff was invented in mid-19th-century Russia and embraced in America in the 1950s. Here, this comfort food favorite gets a welcome update/upgrade.