Sweet potatoes are a must have on Thanksgiving. Bourbon adds a depth of flavor to the maple-sweetened potatoes. No marshmallows required!
It’s just not Thanksgiving without pie for dessert.
The great thing about cranberry sauce is that you can make in up to 3 days in advance, which can save a lot of time and hassle. Just cover and store in the refrigerator and bring it out when dinner is served.
Italian bacon is the key to this delicious vegetable dish. Perfect for Thanksgiving or anytime.
It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without delicious mashed potatoes. Try this twist on a traditional favorite.
Pumpkin pie grew up and moved away from home!
The traditional mix of herbs in this stuffing offers familiar comfort.
Let’s face it; dry turkey and lumpy potatoes are no fun. If you’ve got enough gravy to put on then nobody’s going to give a hoot. Browned bits left in the bottom of the pan after roasting the turkey give body and depth to the finished gravy.
Excellent gravy begins with homemade turkey stock. If you want to make it from scratch, do it now or anytime since turkey wings are available year-round. This turkey stock can be refrigerated 3 days ahead or kept in the freezer for up to 3 months.
You can never have enough options when it comes to root vegetables!