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.
When glazing your vegetables, add a touch of butter and sugar with a pinch of salt. Learn more here.
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.
Get the recipe for Ina Garten's Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes, a make-ahead Thanksgiving side dish from Food Network Magazine.
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.
Here are some healthy ways to add pumpkin to your diet beyond pumpkin pie.
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.
For crisper skin, unwrap the turkey the day before roasting and leave it uncovered in the refrigerator overnight.
Shopping for the right Thanksgiving ingredients can make all the difference. Simple changes can cut down on calories, sugar, fat, preservatives and your overall health without compromising flavor. As you hit the market to pick up your Thanksgiving fare, think about making these swaps.
Every day this week, Food Network offers a recipe for using your Thanksgiving leftovers.