Thanksgiving Recipes & Tips

Famous Pumpkin Pie
Famous Pumpkin Pie


Plan your Turkey Day feast now.

Kick back and relax (with a beverage or two) later.



Get your protein on the table no sweat.

Herb & Butter Roasted Turkey

This turkey is extremely moist and flavorful, thanks to butter, butter and more butter. It is the holidays, so you might as well go big or go home. Or in this case, it’s perfectly acceptable to go big then go home and take a nap.

Tangy Honey Glazed Ham

Turkey not your thing? Fill your plate with sweet and tangy honey glazed ham instead. Just be sure to save room for some sides! Don’t worry about your dessert stomach… he’s always prepared for pie.



Back that main up with robust sides… we all need somebody to lean on. (Turkey included.)

Roasted Root Vegetables

Roast up your favorite fall veggies. Not a fan of celery root? Throw in some more carrots or diced Granny Smith apples instead. Don’t forget to season your veggies up real good. Salt will help bring them out of their shells. (No one wants a dish shy in the flavor department.)

Wild Mushroom Stuffing

We get all mushy about this wild stuffing. Douse it with mushroom gravy for the ultimate vegetarian side.



Give your dessert stomach the attention she deserves.

Salted Bourbon Pecan Pumpkin Pie

Sugar and booze all in a buttery, flaky crust? Dreams do come true. And that turkey tryptophan hasn’t even kicked in yet.

French Pear Tart

Finish off your gourmet meal with this classy and fabulous French pear tart. Serve with a generous scoop of vanilla bean ice cream to seal the food coma deal.


Looking for more Thanksgiving inspiration? Head on over to our Thanksgiving Advice Center.


Not sure what size turkey to get, how long you should thaw the thing, or how long to cook it? Utilize our handy dandy turkey calculator.


Sooo when should you head to the grocery store, and can you cook dishes ahead of time? We got you covered.


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