1 year, 6 months ago
With more than 3,400 reviews and a 5-star rating, Alton's classic turkey is the go-to, foolproof recipe every cook can use
This year try the Neelys’ flavor-packed, Southern-spiced turkey.
Paula turns a cake mix into moist, buttery pumpkin cakes. Bake them the day before, or serve them fresh out of the oven.
Put a cream pie at the center of your Thanksgiving table this year. This treat has it all: chocolate, peanut butter and bananas.
The Barefoot Contessa's perfect piecrust uses shortening and butter, so it's both flaky and rich.
It's traditional to break out the Bourbon for this classic Thanksgiving dessert recipe with a homemade crust.
Paula uses apple butter instead of traditional sugar to sweeten up her pumpkin pie. Serve it with a dollop of whipped cream, or dress up the presentation with a sprinkle of praline pecans.
Serve Alton's creamy five-star spinach and artichoke dip in only 15 minutes. It's a great Thanksgiving appetizer to keep your guests happy while the turkey rests.
Fill mushrooms with ground turkey or chicken and top with cheese for a completely popable one-bite Thanksgiving appetizer.
The Barefoot Contessa's squash, apple and onion soup will be a delicious tummy warmer to start Thanksgiving dinner.
You'll have plenty of filling for Paula's favorite deviled egg recipe for Thanksgiving. Mash the yolks with salt, pepper, mayo and sweet relish for a tart kick.
Happy Halloween from all of us here at the Food Network! Now go make some scary-good eats.
This cream cheese appetizer is sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike. You can make it the night before and keep it in the refrigerator until your party.
Turn your chocolate cupcakes into wicked witches by adding colored frosting, wafer cookies and candy eyeballs.
Make spooky spider bodies out of caramel and almond clusters, then add licorice legs and top with melted chocolate.
1 year, 7 months ago
Add pumpkin and zucchini to classic lasagna for a hint of fall flavor and a hearty meal your family will love.
hrldcpr commented 1 year, 7 months ago
Instant re-rec / that sounds delicious.(Although I would do it without meat.)
This quick-fix meal is ready in 35 minutes. Add sweet Italian sausage to the skillet or make it chicken-only.
Stuff seeded jalapenos with cheddar, cream cheese, pulled pork and chili powder, then cover them in breadcrumbs and fry until crispy.
Fill your pasta bowl with crunchy broccoli, grated cheese and chunky potatoes for a flavor-packed side or vegetarian main.
Homemade soup in under an hour? Yes, please. These recipes will warm your tummy in no time.
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