This year, let the sides be the stars of the show at Thanksgiving. Learn how to prepare a host of Turkey Day nibbles for every taste.
This Thanksgiving, we offer a modest proposal. Rather than groaning over too much work and too much food (you’ll do enough groaning over your uncle’s corny humor), why not truly enjoy the biggest food holiday of the year?
Upside: flavorful, tender meat; downside: no pan juices for gravy, outdoor cooking.
It isn't the turkey and sides that leave most people groaning from overindulgence. The feast would be manageable, if it weren't for the pies. This family may have found a way around this.
If you're making something for the table, chances are you know what it is. Perhaps you've settled on the main ingredient and you're wondering about whether to prepare it the same way you always have or add a little flair. We're all for flair.
A primer on how novices can prepare a successful Thanksgiving dinner without making themselves crazy.
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Turkeys are not difficult to prepare or cook; they're just bulky. If the bird is done before guests arrive, don't worry. It'll be fine for 30 minutes ...