Thanksgiving
Move over, pie. This pumpkin cheesecake from Holiday Cooking is making waves. With candied hazelnuts and a maple swirl, it's definitely our new favorite way to pumpkin.
It is not Thanksgiving without this pie. At least not if you're a member of my family.
Elizabeth Ellis
Our spin on classic cranberry chutney, from Sweet & Savory Food Gifts, takes a holiday classic way over the top with amazing layers of flavor. Think apple, pear, candied ginger... even roasted hazelnuts. That turkey (or chicken! or pork!) won't know what hit it.
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We know what you’re thinking: Joshua John Russell is a professional chef and baker — of course his turkey is awesome. But we’re here to tell you that his go-to technique has nothing to do with his culinary school education and everything to do with one signature technique: he roasts the bird right inside a paper bag. Here’s why (and how!) he does it.
Liz Callahan Schnabolk
Forget pies and cookies; it's time to talk turkey — this is THE dessert for Thanksgiving dinner. It's fun, it's cute and it's surprisingly easy, so it won't ruffle anybody's feathers.
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If you've put cheese and crackers in the "boring" box, we invite you to think again. A big, bold, flavorful display is the smartest shortcut to major wow-factor when the guests walk in.
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We're always on Team Pecan Pie, no matter how big or small but these bite-sized sweeties have a special place in our hearts. Could it be the cream cheese in the pastry that makes them so irresistible?
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Carrots are a total rock star for holiday meals. First of all, they're a really festive color (sorry, spinach). Plus they're naturally sweet, which is just what we crave for a big celebration.
Nicole Weston
Three ingredients. Three steps. Cranberry sauce doesn't get any simpler, or more delicious. We'd say it goes great on leftover turkey sandwiches, but there won't be any leftovers.
Nicole Weston
Gravy is to turkey as frosting is to cake. As coffee is to donuts. As leggings and knit hats are to autumn days. Neither is really complete without the other. Get the picture? Although the turkey is often thought of as the Thanksgiving centerpiece, a good gravy is actually your secret weapon.
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