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The Smart Cook’s Guide to Interactive Thanksgiving

The Smart Cook’s Guide to Interactive Thanksgiving

Make your friends do all the work. READ MORE

14 Pies You Need on Your Thanksgiving Table This Year

14 Pies You Need on Your Thanksgiving Table This Year

When you think of Thanksgiving dessert, the number one pick is always pie. Here are 14 kinds that would be a welcome addition to any Thanksgiving menu, starting with everyone’s favorite, pumpkin! READ MORE

Tips for the Perfect Pie Crust

Tips for the Perfect Pie Crust

Make it tender and flaky. READ MORE

Thanksgiving for Six

Thanksgiving for Six

A holiday dinner with all of the flavor and none of the stress. READ MORE

Don’t Get Duped on Heritage Turkey

Don’t Get Duped on Heritage Turkey

Whether it's turkeys or tomatoes, heirloom varieties are hot, hot, hot. More people are looking for foods that hark back to an era before industrial agriculture and genetic manipulation. You might be one of those people opting for a "heritage" turkey this Thanksgiving. But are you sure you're getting a heritage turkey? SHOCKER: You might not be. READ MORE

The Basics: How to Make Roasted Sweet Potatoes

The Basics: How to Make Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Good for Thanksgiving, or anytime. READ MORE

The Basics: How to Make Cranberry Sauce

The Basics: How to Make Cranberry Sauce

Lose the can this Thanksgiving. READ MORE

How We Made the Turducken of Cheese Balls

How We Made the Turducken of Cheese Balls

Here's how we made The Turducken of Cheese Balls: a layer of cheese stuffed inside another layer of cheese stuffed inside another layer ... READ MORE

Mark Your Calendars for the Most Anticipated Beer of the Year

Mark Your Calendars for the Most Anticipated Beer of the Year

  Each fall on Black Friday, hordes of beer enthusiasts crowd the sidewalks and parking lots outside beer shops and liquor stores, anxiously awaiting a chance to purchase the current vintage of Goose Island’s Bourbon County Brand Stout. The liquid inside the bottles—a silky, jet black Imperial Stout aged in Bourbon barrels—is the culmination of years of work by Goose Island’s brewers, the Kentucky-based distillers who first appropriated the barrels, and the meticulous cellarmen who track the barrels and blend the beer that’s been resting in them for 12 months. READ MORE

Thanksgiving for Beginners

Thanksgiving for Beginners

Easy recipes with maximum flavor. READ MORE