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Whether inside the turkey or out, stuffing is a Thanksgiving staple. This recipe -- one of our new favorites -- is inspired by Italian flavors with porcini mushrooms, Genoa salami, and fresh Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
Give your Thanksgiving turkey a burst of flavor by injecting it with seasoned liquid -- we put a mixture of honey, sage, garlic, and olive oil directly into the meat before roasting it.
This cheesy potato bake also has a touch of something sweet -- Granny Smith apples -- and makes for a comforting side dish on your Thanksgiving table.
This fruity and exotic salad will give your holiday table a pop of color; to save time you can prepare the Pine Nut-Persimmon Vinaigrette a few days beforehand.
In just 15 minutes, make this warm-you-up fall soup with six ingredients as a simple and scrumptious starter.
Learn how to cook dry beans (they have better flavor and texture than canned beans) for soup with these secrets to success from our Test Kitchen.
We love these pull-apart buttery dinner rolls from Scott Peacock -- they're a must-have at every Thanksgiving dinner.
It's just not Thanksgiving without mashed potatoes, and this recipe is one of our favorites -- you need only potatoes, butter, buttermilk, sea salt, and freshly ground pepper to make this instant holiday classic.
Herbed focaccia adds to the flavor of this savory bread pudding, perfect for a holiday brunch or as a Thanksgiving side dish. To save prep time, make the dish and chill for up to 24 hours before baking and serving.
This zesty green bean side dish will quickly become a Thanksgiving favorite -- parsley, rosemary, lime juice, and a splash of olive oil add flavor; chopped hazelnuts add crunch.
This comforting fall casserole serves a dozen guests -- check out more of our crowd-pleasing holiday casseroles below when choosing recipes for your Thanksgiving dinner.
Make your sweet potato side even sweeter with a glaze made from orange juice concentrate, brown sugar, sage, and thyme. Crumbled bacon on top of the dish keeps it savory.
Spice up your cranberry sauce with ingredients such as persimmon and rosemary -- this easy-to-make Thanksgiving relish takes only a half an hour to prepare.
Don't overlook festive holiday drinks; this apple cider punch can be on your Thanksgiving table in five minutes.
Nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger add classic spice to this luxurious pumpkin pie recipe, sure to be an immediate Thanksgiving favorite.
The salted caramel sauce drizzled on top of this apple pie is what makes it a cut above the rest -- it has quickly become one of our favorite Thanksgiving fruit pie recipes.
This sweet potato pie is a great alternative (or addition) to the apple and pumpkin pies on your Thanksgiving table.