This is one of the best stuffing recipes I’ve ever eaten. It’s also one of the few savory dishes I’ll lick the spoon for, and a recipe I’ll undoubtedly pass down to my daughter one day (along with many others).
Still haven’t found your perfect cheesy potatoes for the Thanksgiving feast? Look no further—these easy hash brown recipes are all crowd-pleasers and only require 30 minutes of prep or less. Continue reading
Don’t throw away those turkey bones! The buzz on the internet about bone broth is nearly deafening these days. “What’s the big deal about it?” you may wonder. Well, let me tell you: IT’S DELICIOUS. I’m not a big fan of extreme foodie trends, but I’m totally on board with this one because it’s super easy. While it takes a lot of time, it’s really not a lot of work. Plus, it’s a way to use every part of the Thanksgiving turkey. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is my absolute favorite holiday. This year will be extra special because it will be the first time my husband and I will host dinner in our new home. There’s more room now for more guests and even more good times! We have many loved ones to invite, but it’s no easy feat planning a holiday dinner for a large group. Continue reading
Is there anything worse than getting ready to bake and finding your brown sugar is basically hard enough to cut glass? This seems to happen to me every Thanksgiving Eve when I’m already coated in flour, reeking of onions and garlic, and in the middle of three other Thanksgiving recipes. Fortunately, there’s one quick microwave trick to solve this problem—and a couple more that are even easier if you have the foresight to check your sugar more than five minutes before you need it. Continue reading
Pumpkin pie is my absolute favorite treat during the holidays. Lately, I’ve been brainstorming new ways to enjoy this traditional staple. I thought about making a pumpkin crumb pie, a pumpkin cream pie, a pumpkin peach pie or even a pumpkin sweet potato pie. In the end, I decided to leave the famous pumpkin pie as it is, but with one surprise ingredient added. Usually, I enjoy pumpkin pie topped with a dollop of whipped cream. On the other hand, I enjoy sweet potato pie with marshmallows. So I thought, Why not borrow from sweet potato pie and add a little marshmallow to my pumpkin dessert? Hence, Pumpkin Meringue Pie, a marshmallow and whipped cream combo. Continue reading