Yes the turkey and the stuffing steal the show, but we all need to man up and put some vegetables on our plate for Thanksgiving dinner.
When you think of Thanksgiving dessert, the number one pick is always pie. Here are eleven kinds that would be a welcome addition to any Thanksgiving menu, starting with everyone’s favorite, pumpkin!
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Holidays are reason enough to fix yourself a stiff one, but Halloween concoctions are in a league all their own.
Kansas City or San Francisco: Whose regional food sweeps the series? Baseball fans will be spending the better part of this week figuring out which wild card team, the Kansas City Royals or the San Francisco Giants, has the greater odds of winning.
The only thing better than a home-baked cookie is one you’ve hacked to include bits of your favorite trick-or-treat candy.
So you’re an alt-bro in search of an alt-milk. The obvious question is why, you idiot, since regular milk is delicious.
I love a good egg dish as much as the next guy, but waiting more than 45 minutes for brunch is when I’m tempted to just eat the granola bar I’ve stashed in my purse and call it done.
Apple pie’s the perfect confluence of joyous autumn things: fresh-picked orchard apples; familiar, nutty spices; oven-baked goods that are sure to warm the home.
Those of us who are Midwest transplants know a few things: detasseling corn, snow, and good local eats.
A savory and sometimes spicy breakfast will always be my first choice to start the day. For me, pancakes should only be eaten when wrapped around sausage and oatmeal can be for dinner.
The concept of mixing ingredients together, going to work, and coming home to dinner is ideal in theory.
It always starts the same way: It’s late and there’s nothing on but cooking shows, making you crazy hungry.
Hey guys, that Cronut™ you stood in line for, or experienced as a bad knockoff? You’ll be able to make the home version soon.
If you’re looking forward to Halloween candy, wait until you try these homemade versions of your favorite store-bought treats.
Canned is cool, but cooking with actual pumpkins, from scratch, is better. Maybe you went pumpkin picking and ended up with a few too many.
Halloween’s not even here, and the food world’s already dreaming up crazy Thanksgiving notions. Case in point: BuzzFeed’s Thanksgiving in a bucket, which is exactly what it sounds like: stuffing, mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, turkey, gravy, and cranberry sauce, all layered on top of one another in a three-gallon pail.
Oktoberfest, our month-long display of beer love, is one of our favorite times of the year.The only thing that could possibly make Oktoberfest even better is chocolate.
The measure of a cookbook might not be in any particular recipe, but in the author’s power to get you psyched to try.
The English food writer Elizabeth David once described La Mère Poulard, a woman famous in France in the mid-20th century for her omelets.