Serve these in place of nuts or use as a garnish for cakes, pies, or cocktails. If you don’t have superfine sugar then make your own by pulsing granulated sugar in a food processor for about a minute.
Roasted in bacon fat and glazed with maple syrup, this side dish will become a new favorite for everyone.
This is one of the easiest apple pies to make. You can prepare it a day ahead, refrigerate it, and then bake it an hour and a half before you plan to serve it.
This side dish is easy to make and can be assembled and refrigerated up to one day. To serve, cover with aluminum foil and cook 15 minutes, then uncover and cook as directed.
Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of carrots. Spice up this traditional holiday side with paprika and nutmeg.
Next to turkey, mashed potatoes are required at the Thanksgiving table.
Ditch the can opener and make your own delicious cranberry sauce. If you have any leftover you can freeze it for up to two months.
Sweet and tasty, winter squash is a great side dish for the time of the year when the oven is your friend.
Using poultry wings is a sneaky way to get the flavor of turkey gravy without waiting for the bird to be done.
Dry brining is easier and less messy than wet brining and guarantees moist, flavorful turkey. Rubbing the turkey with salt ahead of time (dry brining) guarantees a succulent, delicious bird. Leaving the cavity empty also cut the roasting time a bit.