At Thanksgiving, create a welcoming entrance and decorate the table to surround your guests with the natural beauty of pumpkins, decorative squash, succulents and more.
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Make sweet potato and carrot puree with a hint of cardamom for a delicious dish during the holidays.
This Thanksgiving, there are many ways to achieve the desired combination of juicy, tender turkey meat and crispy skin. While you can get a tasty bird out of a good quality oven, try a new method this year with our top four choices for turkey cooking.
Make this succulent centerpiece and use it for three holidays: Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
A grilled goat cheese stuffed chicken breast is topped with a cranberry salsa with fresh herbs. Get the recipe.
Get all the flavors of Thanksgiving with minimum fuss when you use fresh herbs from the garden like sage and parsley. Try this grilled turkey tenderloin recipe for a flavorful herb makeover.
Try grilling a fall favorite this season, butternut squash. A candied pecan garnish makes this dish worthy of your Thanksgiving table.
Take advantage of the fall season’s natural beauty for easy ways to decorate your Thanksgiving table. Pick up handy tips from this list.
Besides pumpkin, any orange-fleshed squash such as butternut or buttercup will bake into splendid pies. Let us show you how.
This Thanksgiving, take your cue from autumn’s colors and decorate with natural elements in shades of gold, red, orange and brown.
With lots of sunshine and a little bit of care, you can grow herbs like rosemary, thyme and parsley indoors during the coldest months.
Bring the bounty of the harvest to the table this Thanksgiving when you make pies with sweet potatoes, pumpkin and apples.