These make-ahead mashed potatoes are the most perfectly light, velvety mashed potatoes. Prep them two days in advance for Thanksgiving and get ahead on your to-cook list.
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The coveted Brussels sprout side dish that requires watching football to prep.
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This spicy-sweet, extremely hands-off, and totally make-ahead-able vegetarian side dish result in major Thanksgiving show-stealing flavor bombs
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This heated-up riff on the classic lemon-ginger-honey-scotch drink is the coziest cocktail of the season.
Move over Hot Toddy, there’s a new, even cozier cold weather cocktail in town.
Targeting candy fans, Post is reportedly gearing up to release Sour Patch Kids Cereal. The latest addition to the company’s expansive breakfast cereal lineup is based on the colorful tart and tangy gummies we all know and love.
When served with milk, Sour Patch Kids Cereal offers a unique taste experience that starts off sour then turns sweet just like the popular candy. Despite the wave of general interest expressed online, many people are quite confused about Post’s choice to create a sour candy cereal.
Check out Post’s Sour Patch Kids cereal above and look for the interesting breakfast item to be available on December 26 exclusively at Walmart, retailing for $3.98 USD, with a wider release coming in 2019.
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Does butter go bad? Plus, how to store it on the counter, and in the fridge and freezer.
Letting the dough for this flatbread recipe proof in the fridge will extend the rising process, resulting in a more tender and flavorful crust.
I picked gondre as a kid in the Korean countryside, but never expected to spot the curative herb in the frozen food aisle.
These salty-sweet scones are spiked with a bright spicy note of black pepper and are as delicious alongside a baked ham or roast beef as they are with a platter of scrambled eggs.
There will be lots of delicious pan juices in the baking dish when the chicken is done, which is a great reason to serve this with rice, mashed potatoes, or a batch of polenta.
This recipe would also work with a large head of any color cauliflower, cut into ¾”-thick steaks, in place of the beets.
Pack the various components—sautéed rice, dressing, and cranberry-herb mixture—separately if transporting for a potluck. Dress and assemble just before serving.
Step away from the olive bar. Marinating your own beans, artichoke hearts, and veggies at home couldn’t be easier, or more impressive.
Let them make pie. You’re bringing scene-stealing cookies.
Sweet-tart cranberry filling meets an uber autumnal crust of toasted walnuts, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. Bonus: You get to cover your lattice mistakes in powdered sugar.
Yes these Thanksgiving salads are raw. Yes, they’re room temp. And yes, they’ll be the first thing to disappear from the table. Welcome to a new way to treat the season’s most obvious ingredients (yes, that’s you, carrots, radicchio, cabbage, broccoli, and beets).