Who doesn't get tired of the same old circular cakes? This spicy fall cake comes out in a roll shape for easier cutting and eating.
A quick homemade barbecue sauce seasons these birds.
If you're called upon to make Thanksgiving dinner, do yourself a favor and free up space in the oven by making this bread pudding in the toaster oven.
Make that steamy, sweet apple pie you remember from Grandma's house in your toaster oven.
A great dessert for two (or for a small family) that beginning cooks can make.
The produce aisles overflow with squash in early fall. Here's a simple way to cook the harvest bounty. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Something's always baking in the Army kitchen, so it's easy to toss in a squash for a simple side dish. Try it in your kitchen. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
A perfect flavor pairing of lemon and thyme makes this one delicious turkey. Cook in a roasting bag or a roasting pan.
Yeah, you can go all fancy with fresh herbs and exotic spices. Or you can just go simple. Butter, salt, pepper and you're good to go.
Good starter turkey for beginning Thanksgiving cooks. Brine traps moisture in the bird; if you've never had brined turkey, it's going to be more moist than any you remember.
A classic steak side dish gets a little nudge up the flavor scale with minced garlic.
A sweet and easy pie to bring to any holiday gathering. If your eggnog includes a dash of alcohol, so much the better.
A great summer veggie side dish. Nothing beats the sweetness of sugar snap peas.
Your slow cooker takes care of a small Thanksgiving main dish or classy weeknight dinner.
You've had fruit roll-ups, right? Well, these are about a bajillion times more awesome.
A classic combo of spices so good, it inspired a classic song. See why when you include them in this simple Thanksgiving turkey recipe.
Easy roasted vegetables for beginning cooks--and a good way to cook baby carrots. All you need is some dry herbs, butter, two bowls and a working oven.
Nothing beats cheese...except maybe spreadable cheese livened up with garlic, mustard and Worcestershire sauce. Spread and crackers will be gone in the blink of an eye.
Give potatoes the smoky flavor of the grill. With a generous helping of cheese to top things off, of course.
Pie on the grill? Yes you can. You'll even give the potatoes the smoky flavor of your BBQ when you grill them first before putting them in the pie.