Thanksgiving is the most food-centric holiday of the year, so we've compiled only the best turkey, sides and desserts to ensure a stress-free celebration.
Don't get stuck with the same dry bird as last year. We've got the best of the best, whether you want roasted, smoked or fried.
Every state has at least one thing they couldn't imagine Thanksgiving without (like Connecticut's butternut squash pie). What's your state's claim to fame?
Whether you're cooking for vegans, aiming to impress your family or making the meal for the first time, we've got a menu for you.
You might spend all day roasting your turkey, but the sides are where it's at. Get to know these 50 essential dishes.
Move over, mashed potatoes. Serve one of our most-popular stuffings and this year's meal will have a new #1 side.
Pies are a shoe-in on almost every Thanksgiving table. Browse our favorite recipes and ensure you have all the staples on-hand for the big day.
Once your feast is finished, combine your leftovers into a clever casserole featuring turkey, veggies and more Thanksgiving staples.
A spicy-sweet cocktail is a welcome addition at any table. These fall-centric sips are sure to keep you warm from the inside out.
It's the essential flavor of fall, so you should definitely have a few pumpkin-flavored treats on your Thanksgiving menu.
One of the best sandwiches I've ever had. I stuffed a pita pocket rather than using rolls, and returned it to the oven just long enough to let the brie begin to melt slightly.Roasted Veggie & Brie Sandwich