Thanksgiving leftovers are a delicious way to keep the holiday celebration going, but some dishes stay fresh longer than others. Here are our simple tips on how long Thanksgiving leftovers are good for, and how to store and enjoy them safely.
Combine leafy greens with the flavors of fall, including cranberries, apples, butternut squash soup and more.
These cooking tools & utensils will make the classic Thanksgiving dishes even easier to make, so you can spend more time being thankful for the things you love.
Your table may be smaller this year, but that doesn't mean you have to skip the holiday dishes and traditions you love.
Thanksgiving should be enjoyable. Not just the meal—not just the dessert table!—but the whole dang day, from breakfast (or lack thereof) to meal prepping to eating. So even if you love a big, elaborate spread, you’ll be saving yourself a lot of frustration and stress on the day of Thanksgiving if you do as much prep work in advance as possible.
Wondering what to do with all of that extra food? Thanksgiving leftovers don’t have to be just a reheated plate from the night before. Elevate your next-day meal with these Thanksgiving leftover ideas.
Want to learn the secret to hosting a stress-free holiday party or gathering? Two words: batch cocktails. This holiday-spiced mulled wine recipe is perfect for a crowd.
With batch cocktails, guests will happily help themselves to a celebratory and refreshing drink, while you’re free to mingle, greet new arrivals and catch up with old friends.
Turkey may be the star of the show at the Thanksgiving table, but don’t forget to turn up the flavor by finishing off your bird with a generous drizzle of Thanksgiving gravy. Here’s exactly how to use a fat separator for your turkey gravy.