This turkey roast blends light and dark meat -- but it's compact and carves easily into neat slices. Grill the meat to free up oven space for the turkey trimmings.
Try our simple-to-make glaze for a turkey that looks beautiful and glossy. It's effortless and delicious.
There's more than one way to stuff a turkey. For this preparation, simply slip the spinach-and-goat-cheese stuffing into pockets in the meat.
A simple three-ingredient mustard sauce makes this delicious side sing -- and it takes just 15 minutes to make.
Mix these creamy spuds ahead of time, and then bake them just before dinner. With their smooth texture and bacon topping, you can even skip the gravy.
Raisins and a buttery pecan topping dress up sweet potatoes. Use real butter in this recipe to avoid sogginess.
This crisp spinach salad, tossed with a tart cranberry dressing, takes just 30 minutes to make.
For a festive touch, make this salad in a fancy mold. Or you can prepare it in a baking dish and cut it into squares before serving.
Because bottled chutney is so well-spiced, it's the only embellishment a warm Brie appetizer needs.
This fresh dessert combines the main ingredients of two tried-and-true pie favorites for a luscious holiday treat.
With refrigerated piecrust and purchased caramel apple dip, this tart is quick and easy to make.