The best Thanksgiving recipes anywhere on these Internets.
It’s inevitable that after Thanksgiving, there will be leftovers. Check out these three easy sandwiches to make with that leftover turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing. The best part? Each sandwich pairs easily with a Beaujolais wine.
This sweet and savory Apple and Bacon Stuffing is the best of both worlds. Sweet apples and cranberries paired with savory herbs and bacon then baked into a warm Thanksgiving stuffing… DELICIOUS! Plus, it’s the perfect pair with a glass of Vinho Verde wine, a wine that is ideal with all of your Thanksgiving dishes.
Whether it’s bread, pie, or rolls, plan out your baking projects for the holiday week ahead with these Thanksgiving-ready recipes.
Whether you celebrate Thanksgiving with family or do a yearly “Friendsgiving” like I do, you…
Make your Thanksgiving dessert table extra festive this year with cupcakes decorated to look like little turkeys.
This Cornbread and Sourdough Stuffing with Sausage, Red Onion and Fresh Herbs screams fall comfort food!
Herb roasted Cornish hens with root vegetables might just be the perfect one pan, Thanksgiving dinner for two or a small group. Individual Cornish hens are crusted with fresh herbs, roasted on a bed of root vegetables and apple and served with a bottle of Pinot Noir.
This is about to be the ultimate Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich, elevated with delicious prosciutto.
A sweet cake is perfect to share during parties or just enjoy for a dessert with the family. Sweet potatoes bring delicious moisture to the batter and pecans and chocolate chips bring delicious flavors to make the perfect sweet potato cake.
If you’re having a small Thanksgiving crowd, skip the huge turkey and make these chestnut and mushroom stuffed turkey breasts.
Throw your apple cider in the freezer, then blend it up with bitters, brandy and more. The perfect cider slushee cocktail for the warmer autumn days or to refresh the tastebuds after heavy comfort food.
Korean braised short ribs, or galbi jjim, are the perfect warm food when you are hosting a dinner party or just want to feel cozy. Plus, check out the perfect wine pairings with this dish.
Dig into this perfect fall recipe of roasted pumpkin with cranberries and French Goat Cheese. It’s warm and beautiful in color with the added touch of creamy goat cheese.
Celebrate fall and winter with this warm-tasting spice bundt cake doused in a stunning cream cheese glaze.
Whether these are your Thanksgiving libations or you are looking to host a casual happy hour after a day at the orchard or the office, these fall apple cocktails are sure to impress. The best part? They can be prepped ahead for easy serving.
Loaded with crispy edges and caramelized sweet potato centers, this candied sweet potato casserole is a delicious side dish we can’t get enough of.
Reinvent the usual scalloped potatoes to include scallions, cilantro, cheddar cheese and salsa with a bit of spice.
Easy and so incredibly delicious, these smashed sweet potatoes are topped with brown butter, parmesan, bacon and sage. They’re about to become a crowd favorite.
This apple brandy sour is made with apple cider and a San Francisco brandy crafted in the style of a Pisco.
These fall-hued French macarons are filled with a sweet and seasonal pumpkin spice buttercream.
Amaretto Mixed Berry Deep Dish Slab Pie is the perfect dessert recipe for your Thanksgiving spreads!
Say cheers with a fun, festive sparkling Prosecco cocktail, with warm flavors of spices, honey, and whiskey.
Get cozy with this bourbon and brown sugar sour cocktail sweetened with blueberries stashed in the freezer.
When it comes to Thanksgiving, we want elegant, delicious and easy. Check out these expertly paired wines and foods that you can count on.
If “Turkey Anxiety” was a real term, it’s a mutual feeling all Thanksgiving hosts share. Nothing is more disappointing than slicing into a dry bird after hours of anticipation. Make sure this doesn’t happen! Brining is the secret to preparing perfect poultry. Here are the basic rules of how to brine.
Thanksgiving is the biggest holiday feast of the year, and it is fast approaching. However, there is no need to dread all the gluttony at the table. Nor will any tastebuds have to sacrifice any savoring. These quintessential Thanksgiving fixings are all gluten-free! Yes, bellies will be stuffed, but not irritated. Go ahead, have those seconds, even thirds.
From tofurkey to turducken and all the classic dishes in between, here are the wines you should be pairing with your Thanksgiving dinner.
Gather your casserole dishes! These convenient and delicious recipes are perfect for your Thanksgiving menu when you’re feeding a hungry crowd.
Thinking of hosting a Friendsgiving this year? Whether you are planning a party for 4 or 14 (or more, you popular person!), here are a few ways to make it easy and fun for all.
Let your imagination run wild with this hearty soup that is perfect for holiday leftovers. Mix and match your favorite vegetables, pastas and beans to suit you.
A beautiful combination, this sweet and tangy apple and blackberry pie is loaded with a sticky compote sauce perfect with a lot of lattice crust.
Stuffing is a favorite, and there many additions that can make it special. These stuffing recipes will have people talking well after their Thanksgiving nap
Celebrate the holiday season with a perfectly paired, affordable Rioja wine and an exciting turkey roasted with Spanish spices and stuffed with dried fruits.
Roasted root veggies mix with the bold flavor of curry and are gentled with coconut milk. It is a vegan dish that can easily be modified for the meat eater.
Looking for more flavor from stuffing? Look no further, full of raisins, stuffed olives, and a drizzle of agave for a tangy side that can hold its own.
A vegetarian side dish perfect for Thanksgiving. Pumpkin rice is easy to create with basic ingredients, but with enough flavor to stand next to the turkey.
Thanksgiving is an occasion to practice gratitude in your heart and creativity in your kitchen. While planning your menu, decorate with edible materials.
Whether served in individual roasted pumpkin bowls on a holiday table or as dinner with crusty bread and salad, this recipe is pumpkin perfection.
Thanksgiving stuffing gets a makeover with crispy, whole grain bread, braised kale, sweet caramelized onions and apples.
The olive oil in this cake makes it fragrant and moist without being oily. Enjoy the warm, spicy smell emanating from the oven while it bakes.
For a reprieve from all the pumpkin desserts this Thanksgiving, here is a list of eleven baked goods that use the other sweet fruits of fall’s labor.
There is nothing more festive than a baked juicy ham for a spring brunch. Follow these tips for a perfect ham.
This salad makes use of crunchy, nearly-raw brussels sprouts in addition to kale for a winter salad full of fresh flavors.
Wild rice, which is not technically a rice at all, has a toasty, nutty, earthy flavor that makes for a flavorful base to a versatile pilaf.
Two types of potatoes create a latke-like base to replace the bread in this gluten-free and vegan stuffing that everyone will love.
Brussels sprouts are often roasted with deep, smoky flavors for the holidays but this recipe has them pan-seared and paired with bright flavors like tart cranberries.
This cheesy, decadent hybrid between bread pudding and stuffing is the perfect Thanksgiving side.
Don’t skimp on the quality of bourbon, the alcohol cooks out and you want to be left with a rich, buttery flavor.
Maple-basted acorn squash serves as a charming vessel for lightly cinnamon-spiced quinoa in a seasonal side that serves as a nutritious option for your Thanksgiving spread.
Your favorite Thanksgiving flavors are even better the day after when you can load them all onto a sandwich that works just as well with regular bread if you’re not gluten-intolerent.
The various components of this towering, show-stopping dessert can be made ahead of time so all you need to do the day of is assemble and devour.
From the cream sauce to the fresh green beans and right down to the homemade fried onions, this Thanksgiving staple gets a culinary update.
The slight nuttiness of the whole wheat pastry flour enhances the nutty flavor of the sweet potato, which keeps this quick bread incredibly moist.
Don’t settle for canned cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving when the homemade stuff is so much better and can be a vehicle for such flavors as vanilla and cardamom.
Pumpkin puree is in everything time of year and while canned varieties are just fine why not learn to make it yourself at home?