The Pioneer Woman
The Pioneer Woman

Home Sweet Home

It'll be a family celebration as Ree's kids film this special episode and everyone gathers for a ranch feast.

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Good Eats: Reloaded
Good Eats: Reloaded

Thanksgiving AB's Way

It's no secret that Alton's Good Eats Roast Turkey is our most-loved Thanksgiving recipe EVER! We love that timeless how-to, but he's also cooking up new twists on holiday must-haves, and we think you'll love them all.

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Winner Winner, Turkey Dinner

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Roasted Turkey Breast with Dried Fruits Pan Sauce

If you don’t want to make a whole bird, GZ’s five-star turkey breast recipe is a go-to pick. The herby, earthy sauce on top features dried apricots and cherries.

Apple Brown Butter Blondies

Before making the batter, Dan Langan microwaves the diced apples to partially cook them. He says that doing this prevents shrinking while the apples bake in the blondies.

Roasted Pear Sangria

Add some decorative flair to GZ’s cinnamon-scented cocktail by making homemade Cranberry Ice Cubes.

Baked Brie Bread Bowl

Jeff garnishes this ooey-gooey bread bowl with sweet and tangy pomegranate seeds, which balance the richness of the buttery brie.

Pull-Apart Parker House Rolls

Jeff uses a flour paste made of heated-up bread flour and water to ensure the dough stays moist while baking for extra soft and fluffy rolls.

Thanksgiving Pot Pie

Turn your Thanksgiving leftovers into a hearty pie. Katie uses puff pastry to create a buttery, flaky crust.

Crispy-Skinned Herb-Roasted Turkey

In order for the skin to turn crackly and crispy, it needs to be dry, which is why Jeff Mauro does two things to ensure it's rid of excess moisture: First he coats the bird in an herb-laced salt mix for several days, then he leaves it uncovered in the refrigerator the night before cooking.

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Cheesy Twice-Baked Potatoes

Katie Lee combines classic baked potato fixings like sour cream, chives and cheddar to create a comforting filling for hollowed-out spuds.

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Easy Roasted Thanksgiving Turkey

Jeff calls this recipe "A Piece of Turkey," and that's the clue to what makes it such a successful recipe. He roasts the bird in pieces — legs, thighs, wings and a double breast — which helps the meat cook more evenly than a fully intact turkey would.

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Apple-Orange-Cranberry Relish

Indeed a relish and not a loose sauce, Katie's 5-star recipe boasts welcome texture after the cranberries, apples and orange zest get whirled in a food processor with walnuts. 

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Sunny's Autumn Fried Turkey

Not just for your morning latte, pumpkin pie spice offers a warm, seasonal flavor to the spice rub for Sunny Anderson's turkey. Sunny balances that fragrant note with the addition of bold hot Hungarian paprika and smoky cumin.  

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The Creamiest, Butteriest, Tastiest Mashed Potatoes Ever

With a top rating from fans, there's no doubt that Jeff's holiday-worthy mashed potatoes have earned their "creamiest, butteriest, tastiest" name. He first whips the cooked spuds with a rich, tangy cream cheese-butter combo, then bakes them with even more butter on top. 

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Truffled Mushroom and Cheesy Macaroni Casserole

Traditional baked mac and cheese is great and all, but for a special occasion like Thanksgiving, go for Geoffrey Zakarian's next-level recipe, which is studded with mushrooms and laced with truffle oil for the ultimate indulgence.

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Brussels Sprouts in Morilla Cream

Marcela Valladolid cooks a morilla chile with sunflower seeds and scallions in a cream bath before adding the sprouts to create a hearty side dish.

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Sweet Potato Pecan Salad

Sweet, savory, crunchy, chewy — all of the heavy-hitting flavors and textures are represented in GZ's big-batch salad. He roasts the sweet potatoes with red onions and herbs before tossing them with fresh grapes and bright scallions, plus golden raisins and pecans for well-rounded results.

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Chestnut Stuffing

Stale bread and tender vegetables form the base of this Italian-inspired stuffing laced with Parmesan cheese, fresh parsley and the chewy-crunchy chestnuts.

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Baguette Stuffed with Brie and Cherries

When you want to take the edge off your guests' appetite but not fill them up ahead of dinnertime, opt for this simple fruit-and-cheese appetizer. Simply line a sliced baguette with creamy cheese and pile on top a savory-sweet cherry-Port sauce.

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Butternut Squash Chipotle Bisque

You know how you can roast pumpkin seeds for snacking later on? Marcela does something similar with the seeds from the butternut squash used here; she slowly toasts them in a pan on the stove, then seasons them and uses them as a crunchy topping for her smoky bisque.

Appletini

Bring the flavors of the season to your pre-dinner cocktail too. This simple sipper features both apple cider and applejack brandy, and is finished with fresh apple slices.

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Pumpkin Roll Cake

Follow Katie's lead and use a sugar-dusted kitchen towel to help you gently roll the spiced pumpkin cake around a smooth, buttery cream cheese filling.

Apple Crisp

While most apple pies require you to gingerly roll out the crust, that's not the case with a crisp. Simply blanket the fruit filling with a crumbly brown sugar-oat mixture and move it into the oven to bake. 

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Pumpkin Dump Cake

It's all about layering when dumping ingredients like pumpkin puree, boxed cake mix and pecans into the slow cooker for this fuss-free dessert. After a few hours, you'll have a moist, flavorful cake ready to serve — just add fluffy whipped cream. 

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Sunny's Nunya Business Cranberry Fluff Pie

There's no shame in the shortcut game when it comes to making this five-ingredient dessert. Sunny takes advantage of store-bought canned cranberry sauce, whipped topping and a ready-to-go graham cracker crust to save time in the kitchen.

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Pumpkin Gelato

Your ice cream maker is not just for the stifling summer months. It can turn out holiday-focused treats as well, like this creamy concoction made with pumpkin puree and fragrant cinnamon and nutmeg.

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Cheesecake Pumpkin Pie

Not only are we bringing the flavors of pumpkin pie to a cheesecake, but we're bringing an actual pumpkin pie, too. Here's how it works: Start with a base layer of graham cracker crust, as you would for a traditional cheesecake, then add a sweetened cream cheese mixture for the cheesecake filling. Then put in a whole pumpkin pie and finish with more cheesecake filling. Rich? Yes. Decadent? Absolutely, in the best possible way.

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Symon's Dinners Cooking Out

At Home with Michael

Who said you have to do Turkey Day in the oven? Michael and his wife, Liz, are firing up the grill in their backyard for an alfresco feast, complete all the fixings you know and love.

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Girl Meets Farm
Girl Meets Farm

Classic Meets Creative

Do you prefer traditional flavors or more creative ideas? Either way, stick with Molly's celebration-worthy dishes for a memorable meal.

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Trisha's Southern Kitchen
Trisha's Southern Kitchen

A Stress-Free Turkey Day

Think of a turkey as simply a big chicken! There's no reason to panic when it comes to cooking the Thanksgiving bird. Trisha's tips will help you pull off a droolworthy dinner easily.

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Delicious Miss Brown
Delicious Miss Brown

Kardea's Plan for the Sides

Kardea is keeping her favorite holiday, Thanksgiving, intimate with a special meal for Ma and Grandma. Grandma always brings the turkey, so Kardea is taking on the side dishes.

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Holiday Competitions

Sundays 8|7c
Sundays 8|7c

Holiday Wars

Host Raven-Symoné leads five teams of masterful cake and sugar artists through six holiday battles packed with mind-blowing holiday-themed creations.

Mondays 9|8c
Mondays 9|8c

Holiday Baking Championship

Professionals and amateurs compete for a chance to walk away $50,000 richer.

Mondays 10|9c
Mondays 10|9c

Christmas Cookie Challenge

In Christmas Cookie Challenge, five confident and daring bakers compete to prove their holiday cookie-making skills for a $10,000 prize!

Premieres Nov. 22 10|9c
Premieres Nov. 22 10|9c

Buddy vs. Christmas

Cake Boss Buddy Valastro is set to competes with unique, non-baking artists to create amazing holiday-themed displays in just 24 hours.