How to buy the best for your holiday feast. From Town & Country
In case you plan to skip the whole stressing over a big dinner thing. From Oprah Magazine
Save your kitchen from a mess.
This line-up will never steer you wrong.Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit
23 reasons to celebrate however you want.Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit
Prepare to fight over the leftovers.Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit
Thanksgiving dinner = solved!!
Trader Joe's is our ride-or-die grocery store. They might not have the largest selection, but what they do have is, not to be too dramatic, freaking perfect. We've already had more than our fill of both sweet and savory pumpkin fall foods, but the chain has more in store as we get closer to the […]
Pass the chocolate turkeys. From Delish
Stream your way to hilarity this season with these all-time classics.
Plus, a turkey shortcut that will change your holidays forever.
These seven recipes remind her and her husband, Ham, of home. Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit
She is hosting three virtual cooking lessons with Sur La Table next month, just in time for the holidays.
Style overload ahead.
Straight from Memphis: This feast arrives pre-cooked in oven-safe containers within two days of shipment for ultimate freshness. Yum.
When it comes to food, I'm a try-anything-at-least-once, do-it-for-the-story type of person. So when Brach's debuted a new candy corn variety made to emulate the various components of a Thanksgiving turkey dinner, I saw it as a rousing call to action - a challenge just waiting to be accepted. I quickly got my hands on a bag to taste every cringe-worthy flavor on behalf of my fellow adventurous snackers (and, let's be real, because I've been wildly bored at home and in need of a cheap thrill). Let me start by saying I'm not a fan of regular candy corn, and I by no means have an iron-clad stomach, so I knew I was setting myself up for a gag-filled disaster. But alas, with a palate-cleansing glass of water on hand and my roommates nearby for emotional support, I dove into a bag of the Thanksgiving-inspired candies, which the Walgreens team graciously sent my way. As soon as I ripped it open, an overwhelming stench filled my apartment, threatening to singe my nose hairs. It was reminiscent of those intense caramel-scented candles that fall shoppers sniff-test in passing but never dare add to their cart because they're too nauseatingly sweet. You know the ones. Included in the bag was a mixture of six distinct flavors that correspond to different Thanksgiving dishes - roasted turkey, cranberry sauce, ginger glazed carrot, sweet potato pie, stuffing, and green beans - and I placed one of each on my table as if lined up like criminals awaiting mugshots. Some weren't entirely despicable, but others were downright un-swallowable, with two flavors in particular breaching borderline illegal territory. If you're considering scooping up a bag to try for the hell of it, do your taste buds a favor and first read my flavor-by-flavor breakdown ahead so you know what you're getting yourself into. I've ordered them from the most to least tolerable to really build up the suspense, naturally. I suggest keeping a trash bin close by. Related: I'm Just Gonna Say It: Candy Corn Is Absolutely Disgusting
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Leave it to Ina Garten to transform a plain old turkey breast into something spectacular and easy enough for a beginner to pull off....