Find 61 recipes for Thanksgiving entertaining including classics like roast turkey, brined turkey, mashed potatoes, vegetables, pumpkin pie and much more.
Oven-roasting green beans gives them a slight sweetness that pairs perfectly with the sautéed shallots and toasted walnuts in this versatile side dish.
Oven roasting fresh Brussels sprouts brings out their naturally sweet flavor and is by far the easiest way to prepare them.
Larger than a roasting chicken, but smaller than a turkey, a capon is the perfect choice for a small holiday gathering or dinner party.
A quick, easy appetizer cheese ball made with cream cheese, goat cheese, dried cranberries and orange zest and a coating of toasted pecans.
Fresh, sweet oranges, fresh cranberries and sugar are all you need to make this simple condiment that tastes great served alongside roasted or grilled poultry and pork.
Sweet potatoes whipped together with eggs, orange juice, zest and spices bake up to make a light and fluffy side dish.
An Italian-inspired side dish of green beans and diced tomatoes topped with buttered crumbs and grated parmesan cheese.
A classic New England dessert, Grape-Nut Pudding is simply a lightly-sweetened egg custard, spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg and combined with Grape-Nuts cereal.
This roast turkey breast recipe uses a blend of butter, fresh citrus zest and herbs to infuse the meat with flavor and keep it tender, moist and juicy.
Rolled and stuffed with an apple-cranberry stuffing and drizzled with a cider-sage sauce, this boneless turkey breast recipe is a terrific alternative to a whole roast turkey.
Our favorite easy recipe for making creamy, flavorful mashed potatoes and helpful hints for getting consistently great results every time.
This roast turkey recipe uses a coating of mayonnaise and chopped fresh herbs to add flavor and keep the meat moist and juicy without the need for frequent basting.