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Rubbing the turkey with salt ahead of time (aka “dry brining”) guarantees a succulent and flavor-packed bird. Leaving the cavity empty also helps cut the roasting time by a bit.
Loaded Smashed Potatoes
Mashed potatoes get a magical upgrade with all the best fixings like bacon, Cheddar, and chives.
Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting
All the familiar flavors of your favorite Thanksgiving pie packed into one delectable, easy-to-transport cupcake.
Mini Cranberry Cheesecakes
This portable dessert is great for taking to any holiday potlucks or dinners. Plus, you can bake them up to 2 days ahead and spoon on the topping before serving.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta Vinaigrette
This has it all—crispy pancetta bits, red wine vinegar to cut the richness, and caramelized Brussels sprouts.
Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallows
Crushed pineapple and maple syrup are the secret ingredients for this classic Thanksgiving casserole.
Penne with Turkey Bolognese and Broiled Tomatoes
This weeknight go-to uses pantry staples like penne and tomato paste, with added freshness from cherry tomatoes and fresh basil.
Salad with Shrimp, Edamame, and Sesame Vinaigrette
This crisp and refreshing salad features a blend of greens including mizuna, kale, and tatsoi and some crunch from chopped peanuts.
White Bean Soup with Greens and Parmesan
Packed with nutrient-rich kale, this soup is great as a hearty lunch, dinner, or even an afternoon snack.
French Toast Bread Pudding
This sweet casserole is topped with crunchy pecans, but feel free to substitute any extra nuts you might have in your pantry, like walnuts or almonds.
Ooey, gooey Gruyère cheese and leftover veggies from your Thanksgiving prep make this tasty breakfast bake an easy way to feed all your overnight guests the day after the big feast.
Use ice cream cones and a little bit of water to create these adorable cornucopias chock-full of dried fruits and nuts.
Brown Sugar Sweet Potatoes with Walnuts
Butter and brown sugar caramelize between sweet potato slices and crunchy nuts in this dish that is just as good piping hot as it is made ahead and reheated.
Cornbread Stuffing with Chorizo
Combining the sweetness of cornbread with the salty goodness of Spanish-style sausage gives this stuffing a deliciously unique twist.
This perfect-for-fall pie balances tart cranberries with sweet apples. Baking the pie on a preheated pan guarantees a crispy, well-browned bottom crust.
Easiest-Ever Cranberry Sauce
Almost as simple as popping open a can, this four-ingredient sauce comes together with little effort.
Honey Butter–Glazed Carrots
Sweet, tender carrots seasoned with comforting flavors like honey and orange zest, are a great crowd-pleasing side for any holiday meal.
Make-Ahead White Wine Gravy
Using poultry wings is a sneaky way to get the ultimate flavor of turkey gravy without waiting for the bird to be taken out of the oven.
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National Stuffing Month
Start Thanksgiving Day off strong with a delicious breakfast that won't make you too full for dinner later.
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