These biscuits have got a spicy vegetable surprise inside.
Melissa Clark shares a recipe for lattice-top apple pie with dulce de leche. Don't forget the whipped cream!
Fresh cranberries give homemade applesauce a pretty red color and tart tang that makes it even more delicious.
This rustic date and apple tart is the perfect dessert for any fall or winter celebration.
Former royal chef Darren McGrady makes creamy mashed potatoes even dreamier by adding kale and goat cheese.
Brussels sprouts are incredibly delicious when sauteed with onions and bacon in this easy one-pan recipe from the queen's former chef Darren McGrady.
Make Thanksgiving a little easier with this quick and easy 5-ingredient turkey gravy.
Save space on the stovetop by making your holiday mashed potatoes in the slow cooker.
Make a cheesy grilled sandwich using leftover Thanksgiving turkey, cranberry sauce and more.
There's no such thing as too much turkey! These mini sandwiches are deliciously hearty and absolutely adorable.
These savory waffles are the perfect way to use leftover stuffing for a delicious day-after Thanksgiving brunch meal.
Combine your favorite sweet Thanksgiving treats into one lusciously layered dessert trifle.
Using dried fruit imparts another wonderful layer of flavor to traditional stuffing.
Wild rice and Arborio rice each add tons of flavor and terrific texture to this savory sausage and mushroom stuffing.
Turkey doesn't have to be only for Thanksgiving. These tender braised turkey thighs are perfect for dinner year round.
Make autumn entertaining easy with sweet, cinnamon pumpkin cake rolls.
Give turkey and unexpected twist with Korean chiles and a crispy fried coating.
Red wine sangria is perfect for any holiday get-together. It's easy to make and serves a big crowd.
Skip the effort of making a pie crust and top apples with a sweet oatmeal crumble for an easy, delicious dessert.
Put a casual spin on the traditional Thanksgiving meal with a stuffing topped turkey burger with cranberry relish and a tater tot waffle bun.
Make your most tender Thanksgiving turkey ever with this easy slow-cooker recipe.
These cupcakes will the hit of any dessert table.
For the birds? Not this dessert!
These juicy little cherries are the perfect toppers for store-bought cake, ice cream, or pie.
Turn pumpkin pie into a tasty shot with these boozy bites that are perfect for Thanksgiving.
Shake up your Thanksgiving routine with this flavor-packed turkey brined with savory dill pickle juice.
A gingerbread crust and and toasted marshmallow topping make this sweet potato pie extra special.
Adding spicy chiles and whole corn kernels to cornbread ups the flavor factor in this must-have Thanksgiving side dish.
Make mac and cheese even easier with this Southern-inspired no-boil recipe.
Bake up a batch of these flaky, fluffy biscuits filled with cheddar cheese and fresh chives. They're perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
These honey kissed biscuits come together in just a few minutes and after a quick trip to the oven turn out light, fluffy and delicious.
In this recipe, Curtis Stone dresses up standard pan-roasted Brussels sprouts with two intriguing ingredients: chorizo and caraway seeds.
Singer Patti LaBelle's sweet potato pie may be sold out in stores but Today.com got the recipe
Gavin Kaysen adds fried cheese curds to his creamed spinach recipe for a decadent side that's great for Thanksgiving.
Slow cooker scalloped potatoes make for an impressive — but easy to prep — side dish for Easter or other holiday buffets.
Lidia Bastianich makes savory roasted squash atop a pool of orange sauce to serve as a quick and easy side dish that will steal the show.
Sunny Bang, chef at Strip House, a top-tier New York City steakhouse, reveals how he achieves his perfect creamed spinach.
This is escarole and beet salad with toasted hazelnuts is a fresh, crunchy complement to hearty soups and stews.
This slow-cooker hot cider couldn't be easier: Just combine fruit, spices and apple cider in a Crock-Pot and let it simmer for a few hours.
Here's a fun party idea: Turn cheese and crackers into a fancy affair by turning each bite into a little suit with a black bow-tie.
This wintry side dish of roasted acorn squash with maple syrup and cinnamon will beautifully complement any savory main you put on the table
If you've never cooked your mushrooms with bacon before, you're missing out.