Overwhelmed with Thanksgiving dinner preparations? Get a head start by making delicious and easy appetizer recipes now. By doing a little cooking ahead of time, you can avoid the hassle on Thanksgiving Day. Our make-ahead appetizers include recipes that can be prepared the day before or up to six months ahead of the holiday.View Slideshow
A classic Thanksgiving roast turkey stuffing is a crucial dish on any holiday dinner menu. Whether you are looking for a rice-based dish or a more traditional bread stuffing recipe, we're sure you'll find the best choice for your Thanksgiving dinner.
The holiday table will take a whole new turn with this nutty side dish recipe. Crunchy chesnuts, hearty porcini mushrooms, and salty salami add delicious savory flavors to this Thanksgiving turkey stuffing.
Celebrate the classic Southern flavors of nutty pecans and bourbon in this roast turkey stuffing recipe.
Watch this short video on how to cut, dry, and store bread cubes for your next turkey stuffing recipe. Our Test Kitchen experts share tips on how to select the best breads and take the guesswork out of baking.
Bring a spicy flare to your Thanksgiving meal with this flavorful dish, made easier with packaged corn bread stuffing mix. Cranberries, pistachios, and highly seasoned chorizo fill this bread stuffing recipe.
Sweet caramelized onions contrast salty chopped capocollo in this one-of-a-kind Thanksgiving stuffing recipe. When that salty-sweet combo teams up with the subtle rye bread and amber beer, a rich complex flavor worth throwing out tradition.
For the corn bread needed in this homemade stuffing recipe, bake two 8-1/2-ounce packages of corn muffin mix.
Like your stuffing to have a sweeter side? This Thanksgiving stuffing is filled with chewy dried apricots, sweet figs, tart cherries, and plums for a rich sugary bite. Mixed alongside chunks of challah bread and crispy chopped walnuts, this is the ulitmate roast turkey stuffing recipe.
The dried herb coating and pilaf-style homemade stuffing recipe add old-world appeal to Thanksgiving's familiar center of attention.