Sheet Pan Hawaiian Chicken {New Cookbook Recipe!}

Sheet pan dinners are lifesavers for busy humans, and this Sheet Pan Hawaiian Chicken is no exception. Combine chicken, peppers, and pineapple, bake, add a soy-ginger sauce, and serve. Boom! Dinner is done.

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How to Dry Brine and Roast a Turkey

Want the most perfectly moist, flavorful, and juicy Thanksgiving turkey? Try dry-brining! All you do is rub the turkey with salt and let it hang out in the fridge for 24 to 72 hours. No muss, no fuss. The best turkey you'll ever eat will soon be yours!

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Peanut Butter Pie

Peanut butter lovers, this one's for you! It's the most decadent and indulgent peanut butter pie EVER, made with extra peanut butter in the filling, peanut butter cups on top, and a drizzle of melted peanut butter and chocolate. We warned you!

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Baked Acorn Squash with Butter and Brown Sugar

Easy baked acorn squash recipe, perfect for the fall. Squash is cut in half, insides scooped out, then baked with a little butter, brown sugar, and maple syrup.

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Slow Cooker Shredded Chicken Chili

Slow Cooker Shredded Chicken Chili is perfect for busy weeks! Made with chicken thighs or breasts, onions, celery, black beans, frozen corn, chicken broth, tomato puree, and spices. So easy!

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What’s in Season in November

What's in season in November? Check out our seasonal November Produce Guide and recipes for pomegranates, persimmons, cranberries, pears, Brussels sprouts, parsnips, acorn squash, delicata squash, and kale.

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Make-Ahead Dinner Rolls

Soft, buttery dinner rolls are a must for the holidays. Make these ahead of time, pull them out of the freezer on Thanksgiving, and you are good to go. Save one for a turkey sandwich the day after!

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Cheesy Baked Hot Dogs

Cheesy Baked Hot Dogs! Take a perennial kid favorite—hot dogs—to the next level by adding cheese and baking them in the oven to crispy, gooey perfection. Some onions and relish help, too.

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Our All-Time Best Thanksgiving Pies from Simply Recipes

All hail the Thanksgiving pie! Here are all of our favorites, from traditional pies like Mile-High Apple Pie and Pecan Pie to Thanksgiving newcomers, like Chiffon Pumpkin and Pear Ginger. Grab a fork and dig in!

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Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallows

Sweet potato casserole topped with gooey marshmallows! Have you ever made this holiday classic? You should! Roast the potatoes first—it deepens their flavor and makes them easy to peel.

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Cranberry Apple Sangria

Make this Cranberry Apple Sangria for the holidays! It's infused with orange liqueur, cloves, vanilla, and cinnamon. You can also warm it up and turn it into a mulled wine.

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Crispy Air Fryer Chickpeas

These Crispy Air Fryer Chickpeas are made for last-minute holiday guest appearances. They're quick to make and are best served as soon as they're made. Season them up however you like and in ten minutes you'll have a crunchy, savory snack ready to go.

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Honey Chipotle Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Spice up your holiday table with these Honey Chipotle Brussels Sprouts. They're roasted in the oven, then tossed with honey-chipotle sauce in the last few minutes of cooking for a spicy spin on a classic.

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Roasted Sweet Potato Soup

EASY roasted sweet potato soup! With shallots, cumin, thyme, and stock. Swirl in a little sour cream or yogurt and serve with some crusty bread. It's a light meal on its own, or serve it alongside roast chicken or a hearty salad!

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Friendsgiving! A Holiday Menu for a Meal with Friends

Happy Friendsgiving! Gather your best pals and serve them this menu of festive treats, from traditional fare like stuffed squash and roasted sprouts to non-traditional treats like tiramisu!

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Old Fashioned Pumpkin Pie

BEST homemade pumpkin pie recipe! With fresh or canned pumpkin purée, cream, brown and white sugar, eggs, and pumpkin spice

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Baked Brie with Olive Tapenade

Warm, gooey baked brie topped with an easy olive tapenade made with California Ripe Olives makes for one show-stopping party appetizer!

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Our 10 Absolute Easiest Casserole Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn

By nature casseroles are usually a pretty easy meal to pull off — it's part of the reason we love them so much — but these 10 casseroles stand out against a crowd, big time. Some come together with just a handful of pantry ingredients, some require no upfront prep, and a few do all the heavy lifting for you. In addition to the warming comfort they always promise to deliver, this family-friendly lineup features the easiest casseroles we know how to make.

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The Best Recipes for Your Office Thanksgiving Potluck — Recipes from The Kitchn

Choosing just the right recipe for your office Thanksgiving potluck (aka Worksgiving), calls for a few smart considerations. The best recipes for office potlucks must hold up well when made in advance, be easy to transport, and don't need to be refrigerated or reheated if possible. Don't forget to take into account any allergies or food restrictions your coworkers might have.

Whether you're bringing the main dish or sticking with an appetizer, side, or dessert, these recipes are your best choice for impressing your coworkers.

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How To Make the Easiest, Creamiest Vegan Mashed Potatoes — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Mashed potatoes are my hands-down absolute most favorite cannot have Thanksgiving without them side dish. The creamy, buttery, potato-loaded goodness that is mashed potatoes could be my last supper. So when it came to adding some vegan side dishes to our Thanksgiving table this year, mastering vegan mashed potatoes was essential to my Turkey Day happiness.

I truly don't want to understate just how good these mashed potatoes are. Honestly, their vegan-ness is just a bonus (and I actually mean that — this isn't one of those, "this vegan, gluten-free, flavor-free cauliflower-crust pizza tastes just like the real deal!" situations). These garlicky potatoes are so creamy, tender, and lush without a single drop of dairy — and they're just four ingredients to boot. I'd dare say these are the best mashed potatoes I've ever made! Here's how to make the best vegan mashed potatoes that everyone will love.

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Mistakes to Avoid When Making Mashed Potatoes — Tips from The Kitchn

No Thanksgiving spread is complete without a bowl of buttery, fluffy mashed potatoes. It's a simple dish with few ingredients, but it's the details that can make or break this classic side dish. This is the time to make sure you're doing them right. These are the common mistakes to avoid to ensure success.

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How To Make Classic Pumpkin Pie for Thanksgiving — Baking Lessons from The Kitchn

Everyone's got a pumpkin pie recipe they love. This one is ours. We've tried this classic each and every way and have found that while there's some room for improvement along the way, keeping things classic is what makes this recipe a keeper. Any changes — like roasting the pumpkin purée — are only in the interest of making a richer, more flavorful pie.

Here's what you need to know to make a truly delicious pumpkin pie from scratch.

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5 Tips for Mastering the Slow Cooker Egg Casserole — Tips from The Kitchn

The slow cooker egg casserole might just be the very best breakfast to ever make its way into your kitchen. Whether you cut it up and turn it into a breakfast sandwich or spoon it onto a plate, there's a lot to love about a hot and satisfying meal that cooks while you sleep. Ready to master the slow cooker egg casserole? These are the five tips that will get you there.

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I've Used Nearly Every Roasting Pan Out There. Here Are My Favorites. — The Kitchn Best List

Choosing a roasting pan doesn't have to be a big deal. Chances are, your turkey will come out fine regardless of which pan you use. However, there are advantages, other than how they actually roast. And there are seemingly endless options out there — each one looking nearly the same as the one on the shelf before it.

I'm here to help make it easy for you. These are the three best roasting pans on the market, based on what you need and how much you're willing to spend.

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I've played with, tested, and used nearly every piece of kitchen gear (including roasting pans) to come on the market for years. When it comes to gear, it takes a lot to impress me, and...

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Foodierama, surprisingly enough, is a food blog. As a culinary fan since childhood, I decided to share my culinary experiments, recipes, foos stalls and restaurants I go to, interesting markets I come across when I travel, and strange ingredients I like to buy and then chanllenge myself with them in the kitchen.

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Naturally Ella

15 November 2018