Have the meal and enjoy it, too
With the right planning, schedule and ingredients, you can cook a feast for 20 and still have time for a nap.
Roasting the big bird: a guide to the basics
The star of Thanksgiving is the turkey, and it pays to start with the best.
Uncorked: Don't fret over holiday wines
You can have your cornucopia. Give me a bunch of grapes, nature's symbol of an abundant harvest.
Cranberries add pop to your feast
Scooped, sliced or festively used as decorations, crimson cranberries are as much a part of Thanksgiving as turkey and dressing.
Stuffing: the real star?
Let's quit kidding ourselves: Thanksgiving is not about the turkey. Everyone's favorite part of the meal is the stuffing, or dressing -- or whatever you call it, as long as it is bready and savory and rich and full of flavor.
Vegetarian Cooking: Thanks can be given over any main dish
CONCORD, N.H. -- There is a simple rule for having a successful vegetarian Thanksgiving: Forget the turkey.
Make the finale grand
Leave a lasting impression with fabulous desserts incorporating harvest time classics such as pumpkins and pecans.
Pack up those leftovers with care
Here are tips for storing Thanksgiving leftovers.
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