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 fantastic tasting turkey cooked the old-fashioned way, over the open fire of your grill. Try it, you may never go back to oven-roasted turkey.
Guaranteed cranberry in every bite when you bake the taste right into your turkey.
Take a year off from canned cranberries and go fresh with this sweet, flavorful sauce.
All wise men know how to compromise. If you want better taste than you can get from canned cranberry sauce, but don't have time to make fresh, try this "improved" version of canned.
Fresh cranberry sauce that's sweet, thanks to brown sugar and apples.
A sweet, delicious cranberry sauce you can make fresh with port, a dessert wine. (If you want, reserve to port to serve as dessert.)
A stick of cinnamon gives this fresh cranberry sauce a holiday flavor.
Make cranberry sauce from scratch, with just a dab of honey for sweetness.
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.
Instead of using canned beans, try making your salad from dried ones. Takes longer, but the beans are crisper and less mushy. You (and your cookout guests) will be glad you made the effort.
Ensure a flavorful and moist turkey breast--brine it in this sweet mixture the day before you cook.
Make Thanksgiving the man's way--outside on the grill. This grilled turkey breast recipe will feed a small Thanksgiving party, and you can mostly leave the grill alone while you watch football.
A cold non alcoholic punch for your next party. Ginger ale adds flavor and fizz.
This easy holiday cocktail comes in sugar-rimmed glasses, spreading sweetness and warming your guests' hearts.
No more dry, tough turkey. Brining will give you the tenderest Thanksgiving turkey you've ever had.
Who in the world would eat that stuff called cranberry sauce that comes in a can when this is soo dad-blasted easy to make?! This Southwestern cranberry sauce goes great with turkey, chicken, pork and even some fish.
Great variance on a traditional Thanksgiving treat, They'll ask to take some home. Top w/whipped cream or fresh honey. Enjoy! --Ron
All that discount turkey after Thanksgiving? Put it to good use in this spreadable appetizer, great for the man cave on game day.
If you love cheesecake and caramel, this is the recipe for you! The first time I made this recipe was for a family party. Everyone who ate it went crazy! It was terrific.