Make-Ahead Pumpkin Puree — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

Try roasting a few pumpkins, then freezing the puree — that's what Alton does. You can thaw it to make pie just before Thanksgiving, and the rest will store up to 6 months in the freezer.

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The Ultimate Pumpkin Cheesecake — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Food Network Magazine couldn't get the secret recipe for the Cheesecake Factory's famous Pumpkin Cheesecake, so they made their own creamy, decadent version. Get the recipe.

Glazing Vegetables — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

When glazing your vegetables, add a touch of butter and sugar with a pinch of salt. Learn more here.

Wine Will Keep Well; Buy It Early — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

Should you drink red or white with turkey? Don't fret if you're new to wine, there's no wrong answer, but we've got some picks to get you started.

How to Get Crispy Skin — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

For crisper skin, unwrap the turkey the day before roasting and leave it uncovered in the refrigerator overnight.

The Veggie Table: Thanksgiving Tips for the Vegetarian

When you're the cook, you can make sure to serve options that fit your vegetarian diet, but if your host isn't serving a vegetarian Thanksgiving, don't despair. Here are some tips on how to navigate -- and still enjoy -- the feast.

Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes Day 3: Turkey Vegetable Soup with Stuffing Dumplings

Every day this week, Food Network offers a recipe for using your Thanksgiving leftovers.

The Veggie Table: Navigating Thanksgiving

Just because the traditional turkey tends to take center stage, it doesn't mean there can't be delicious plant-based options for main dishes and sides.

A 2 a.m. Wake-Up, Dozens of Dinner Guests and a Rescue Ingredient: Thanksgiving According to Bobby Flay

Thanksgiving at Bobby's house starts extra early as he preps for 50 guests and includes two whopping turkeys. Hear from him to learn his tried-and-true Thanksgiving tips.