Repurpose your leftovers and make Thanksgiving last as long as you want.
Coconut milk is a vegan's best friend—and it can be your best friend too.
Slices are great, but we have even better ideas for your juicy fruit
But you'll have to make sure the meat-eaters don't eat all of these dishes first
Laborious or lenient: You make the call
It's never too late: You can still whip something up!
Cure your summer blues with some bluebs
Fêting strawberries, the solstice, the strawberry moon
And 14 lick-the-plate-delicious sides
Brassicas, the oft-maligned genus of vegetables that we notoriously boil to death or hide in cheese, are back.
Don't be afraid of a little color.
Beautifully browned vegetables and a house warmed from the oven—win, win.
Don't toss your scraps—turn them into your best Thanksgiving leftovers yet.
Some of our favorite Thanksgiving collections from our community members (A.K.A., the recipe-finding is all done—you just have to cook!).
Thanksgiving tips from the professionals (when you cook 50 turkeys, you learn a thing or two).
Thanksgiving can be emotionally fraught and physcially exhausting. Try some of these make-ahead recipes and save your energy for entertaining your in-laws.
A slice a day keeps the doctor away.
Let us give you a small suggestion: Make room on your table for a salad.
Whether you're hosting vegan guests, don't have time to cook, or are just up-to-here with turkey, there's a Thanksgiving menu for you.
Go ahead—invite everyone, and their friends. You've got this.
These meals cook long and slow so you can focus your energy on what matters: autumn weekend puttering.
Name your first collection or try one of these: