This Thanksgiving meal will stun your guests when they gather around the table. Here's how to make a wow-worthy traditional Thanksgiving menu with all of the classics: turkey, potatoes, cranberry sauce, and more.
A classic roast turkey is hard to beat when it comes to a traditional Thanksgiving menu. Not only is this delicious bird gorgeous and mouthwateringly juicy, but it's so tender the meat falls right off the bone.
Pass these no-knead, light-as-air yeast rolls around the Thanksgiving table. The classic dinner rolls are buttery brown on the outside, soft on the inside, and sure to become a staple on your Thanksgiving dinner menu.
With a long day in the kitchen preparing traditional Thanksgiving food, you'll be pleased when it comes time to making these honey-kissed carrots. They're a quick and easy side dish that makes a perfect accompaniment to Thanksgiving turkey.
After just one bite of this Thanksgiving stuffing recipe, you'll be tempted to skip the rest of the meal and fill your plate with this nutty, hearty dish. Fresh chestnuts, porcini mushrooms, and salami add delicious savory flavors to this Thanksgiving dinner classic.
Toasted marshmallow creme is the ultimate way to top this traditional Thanksgiving side-dish recipe. The mix of candied sweet potatoes and airy topping makes this a melt-in-your-mouth Thanksgiving food.
Though it may not be part of every traditional Thanksgiving menu, a sweet assortment of fresh fruits with a touch of tongue-tingling crystallized ginger makes a refreshing break from other rich and heavy traditional Thanksgiving recipes. Make this fruit salad in advance and refrigerate until the big dinner.
Don't forget to save room for Thanksgiving pie! Sweetened condensed milk gives this pumpkin pie recipe a creamy, silken texture. Serve the lightly spiced fall dessert with vanilla or cinnamon ice cream to end your Thanksgiving meal on a sweet note.