- Essential apps to help you plan, prep, and enjoy Thanksgiving dinner
- Cranberry sauce in 5 minutes or less
- Green gift ideas for beauty (and Earth) lovers
- Megan Fox shows off her postbaby physique at a special screening
- Holiday gifts your guy will actually like
- Free Thanksgiving printables to style up your celebration
- Gorgeous party dresses under $150
- Bring the outdoors in with birch-inspired decor
- Jennifer Lawrence talks Hunger Games and Honey Boo Boo with Leno
- Video: Check out the must-have trench coats of the season
- Stylish gifts for the career girl
- How to stick to a healthy diet over the holidays
- CelebStyle: Celebrities are going dapper in tuxedo pants
- Black Friday sales with your pet in mind
- A delicious line of beeswax products
Posts for November 20th 2012
Thanksgiving's only two days away! Still haven't hammered out all the details? Don't fear; it's not to late to pull together a game plan. Regardless of what you're serving on turkey day, one thing's for certain: if you plan everything in advance, the big day will be smooth and stress-free.
This year, we're set on you you having the most memorable and successful holiday ever. We've created the ultimate planner to help you out. Download and print our free planner and you're one step closer to hosting a fabulous dinner. Keep reading to download and print out our foolproof Thanksgiving planner.
- Was the Hostess closure a false alarm? — Grub Street San Francisco
- Nine holiday dining don'ts — Zagat
- Unconventional add-ins to your Thanksgiving meal — Tasting Table
- Presenting a pie chart of the most popular Thanksgiving pies — HuffPost Taste
- You'll never guess what city's next for Shake Shack — Eater
- Cracker Jack'D — caffeinated Cracker Jacks — are already getting backlash — Delish
- Meet the compost cookie of the breakfast basket — Big Girls Small Kitchen
Whether you want to get a head start on planning the season's gatherings or just want to feast your eyes on some holiday inspiration, what better way to start than with your very own virtual holiday pinboard? Just in time, we're hosting a Pinterest contest — and with a little luck, you might even find yourself celebrating with $1,500 and a new Windows Phone 8!
See the instructions below on how to build out a Pinterest board and show us what dishes you'd love put on the table at your next Wintertime fête. Our editors will then select their favorite board and give out a $1,500 gift card (and a new Windows Phone 8 along with it) to make your party a reality.
How to enter:
- Follow YumSugar on Pinterest.
- Build a Pinterest board titled "Windows Phone Holiday Recipes."
- Build out a board on Pinterest with at least five inspirational holiday recipes.
- Hashtag each of your pins with #YumHolidayRecipes.
- Submit your name and email, and include a link to your "Windows Phone Holiday Recipes" board to the contest page here.
Be sure to enter by Nov. 21. We're excited to see what inspires your project! Check out the official rules.
If you don't have a Pinterest account yet, get an invitation here.
Cranberry sauce may be something of an afterthought on many Thanksgiving tables, but not mine. When it comes to the condiment, each year, I've been known to be predictably unpredictable.
One year I tackled a basic cranberry sauce, followed by a caramelized onion rendition the next. Then came a zesty, four-ingredient version, followed by last year's pick, a controversial fresh cranberry salsa with jalapeños.
This November, I'm putting aside my worries of cranberry sauce not jelling; my no-fuss Friendsgiving calls for an equally no-muss cranberry sauce. This condiment, with its crunchy texture and addictive tartness, will blow your mind. It takes just five minutes to make — and about as much time to devour straight out of the food processor! Don't expect any leftovers with this fast cranberry recipe.
From cornbread mix to cream of mushroom soup, these pantry products are our go-tos for Thanksgiving. As you shop for your Turkey Day feast over the next few days, keep an eye out for these 10 products, so you can grab tried and tested items that are guaranteed to raise your dishes to the next level. We've used and loved these products for years, and now it's your turn.
If you've never roasted a turkey, try out sevimel's basic recipe, seasoned with sage and apples.
No PHD in poultry required! Roasted fast and at high heat, this is the juiciest turkey I've ever eaten!
For the recipe, check out her blog, and then be sure to share your food photos through our Savory Sights community group or by starting your own blog. If you're on Instagram, then chime in on the conversation with the hashtag #savorysight.