Up until now, the focus has been on prepping for a day full of turkey, family and football. But today, you’re probably wondering what to do with all that leftover food. This season, make it your goal to take full advantage of your Thanksgiving meal in the days following the holiday with these storage and serving tips.
Serving mashed potatoes for a crowd? Already dreading all that “quality time” you’ll be spending with a peeler? We have the perfect solution in this quick 15-second tip. Hint: The only thing you’ll need is a bowl of water.
Just because summer’s over, doesn’t mean grilling season is too. Food Network Star’s Nikki Martin has some tips and recipes for creating a fabulous Thanksgiving dinner outdoors.
Whether you’re smoking your turkey or grilling it, cooking outdoors is not only fun, it’s a great way to deviate from the norm and really kick up the flavors of your bird. Weather looking frightful? Don’t fret- that’s where Mulled Wine and Bourbon becomes your new BFF and warms you up! I love grilling because it imparts so many layers of flavor that are unique and you just can’t get with traditional roasting. Here are some tips and ideas to grill it up this Thanksgiving.
You may have heard the buzz about the Chestnut Praline Latte. Yep, next week Starbucks will be releasing its first new holiday item in five years, joining the well-known Pumpkin Spice Latte and Peppermint Mocha.
With lattes, mochas and hot beverages galore, ‘tis the season to drop a ton of cash on holiday drinks. Here are some ideas for DIY coffee drinks that will warm you up and satisfy your taste buds without taking a toll on your wallet.
Our featured November member is Chef Michael Callahan. He has been a professional chef for more than 30 years, and he currently runs a catering service with his son. This health-food enthusiast first found Food.com in 2010 when he discovered that the recipes offered a nutritional data analysis and adjustable scalability.Read more »
As the leaves change colors and the air turns crisp, what better time than the weekend to host an autumn brunch? We’ve handpicked some of our favorite recipes made from seasonal staples: Pumpkin, apples, pears, squash and sweet potatoes.