Hosting a Thanksgiving Dinner
For many Americans, Thanksgiving is all about the three Fs - food, family and football. Most family feasts are filled with traditional Thanksgiving recipes passed down from one generation to the next, but we've revisited the classics and bet they'll be welcome at your big dinner. Vegetarian Thanksgiving dishes are always a must and clever Thanksgiving cupcakes are always welcome alongside the pie at dessert.
While the turkey and other foods will probably take center stage, be sure to check out our ideas for Thanksgiving crafts and decorations to add some more festivity to your celebration!
Chances are you've got plenty of Thanksgiving leftovers to make use of post-feast. We've rounded up some delicious recipes to use up those veggies and turkey without feeling like you're eating Thanksgiving dinner all over again.
Looking to go gluten-free for Thanksgiving this year? We've put together some helpful tips and collected some popular gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes to help you host a feast that's delicious and safe for all!
Some Americans celebrate Thanksgiving with lots of turkey and pie. In Michele's Italian-American family, there's a bit more to it. Check out the feast only a big Italian family could mix up!
Try these creative ways to spice up your turkey this year from a yummy apple cider brine to a bacon covered turkey or try a spicy buffalo bird to really wow your guests!
Before the family comes over for the big Thanksgiving feast, get the girls together for a pie exchange party. We've got the easy tips and ideas to inspire just such a fall celebration without adding any more stress or work to your holiday to-do list.
Thanksgiving dessert wouldn't be complete without pie, right? While we're certainly serving this traditional dessert recipe at our feasts this year, we're getting creative with how we do it. Check out our gallery of perfect pies for Thanksgiving to find the recipe that's just right for your family feast!
This year we're revamping our Thanksgiving traditions with these natural decor ideas and Thanksgiving recipes. Inspired by the colors and design of our Pear Tree Greetings invitation, the look of our feast shouts fall harvest with a modern twist.
While it may be all about the turkey at some tables, we bet everyone's holiday celebration will taste a whole lot more delicious with the addition of some of our favorite vegetarian Thanksgiving recipes. Click through to make sure you won't forget recipes like pumpkin risotto or wild mushroom stuffing at this year's Thanksgiving feast!
If you spend Thanksgiving Day scrambling from one house to another with young kids in tow, chances are you'll have a tough time actually celebrating the holiday. Why not plan a kid-friendly Thanksgiving dinner at your own home in the days leading up to Turkey Day? We've got the tips to pull it off here.
While popular movies might paint Thanksgiving dinner as a picture perfect family feast, the reality for many American families' Thanksgiving traditions are much different. Read our Contributor Karen Perkins' nontraditional approach to celebrating the all-American holiday and why she wouldn't trade it for anything.
Decorate your cookies with the colors and flavors of Thanksgiving! Bake some bite-sized turkeys or mix up some mini pilgrim hats and turn any ordinary sweet into a fun and festive treat.
Liquify the flavors of fall with these tasty Thanksgiving cocktails and mocktails! You can skip the hours of baking desserts by mixing up some sweet and festive cocktails. Bottoms up!
Thanksgiving is your time to let warm, fall ingredients shine. These dessert recipes use favorites like pumpkin, brandy, and spices to bring a fall flair to your table.
Cupcakes have taken the dessert world by storm over the past few years - tell the pie to move over this year and let them take over your Thanksgiving dessert spread. We have some fun and easy Thanksgiving cupcakes that even the kids can help make!
Teach your little aspiring artist about Thanksgiving with these easy and fun Thanksgiving toddler crafts. From a turkey hat to a DIY Thanksgiving dinner placement, they'll love celebrating Turkey Day with these ideas.