Hosting a Thanksgiving Dinner
Celebrations.com Expert Shawn Rabideau stopped by TV Land's Best Night In to share some of his favorite Thanksgiving sides. Check out a clip of Shawn's appearance here along with all the tasty recipes he shared.
While the adults cook away in the kitchen or kick back in the den to watch the game you'll want to have something fun planned for the kids. These games are good for them to enjoy on their own, but adults will have fun, too.
With the tough economy looming as the unwelcome guest at many families Thanksgiving feast, there are a few ways to celebrate the holiday in a budget-friendly way.
Hearty vegetarian Thanksgiving recipes make for a delicious addition to the holiday feast. This casserole side is chock full of seasonal vegetables as well as savory herbs and flavors. Whether eaten alongside the turkey or on its own, this dish is guaranteed to please!
In addition to the fabulous meal you have just prepared, give your guests another thing to be thankful for. this fabulous favor is completely customizable for your party guests. Use these helpful tips on how decorate and fill your mason jars with some wonderful treats.
If your only experience with Thanksgiving history is dressing up as a Pilgrim, it might be time to brush up on why we celebrate.
Cooking the actual turkey is a big responsibility, but a marinade is key. This Grand Marnier glaze is an excellent choice for a moist, delicious bird.
For a dressy dessert that's also super easy to bake, try this yummy caramel apple cake. It's full of fall flavor and will please non-pie lovers, plus it makes for such a pretty display on your table!
This fall inspired treat hits the spot for Thanksgiving. Pears and Apples combine with white wine into a classic flavor for this cobbler. So tasty, your guests will beg for the recipe, but we will leave decision to share it or not up to you.
There's no shame in having never roasted a turkey! There's a first time for everything, and if this is your first Thanksgiving at home, then it's definitely your chance to shine.
If you've never prepared a turkey before making your first attempt on Thanksgiving can be a daunting endeavor. Avoid a turkey disaster with these pro turkey tips.
Pumpkin pie is a staple at Thanksgiving celebrations. However, if your are want to put a twist on your typical pumpkin pie or want to make a trendy version for your party, make these pumpkin parfaits!
This hot turkey sandwich is an old one we've revamped. Give Andrea's tasty bite a try using your Thanksgiving leftovers. It's great for brunch!
Take your Thanksgiving turkey leftovers south of the border! Celebrations Expert has the perfect Turkey Enchiladas to try.
Not a big pie lover? Well, until now you may have been out of luck when it came to the Thanksgiving dessert table. But this year you can eat some "pumpkin pie" in cookie form! These little treats are super super simple thanks to Meaghan Mountford's easy how-to.