Is global street food the next big thing? The CIA certainly thinks so.
Start the Thanksgiving meal off right, with a soup course.
The black seeds with a peppery punch find their way into all kinds of ethnic cooking.
It doesn't have to look perfect, but it should taste great. Here are many ways to achieve that, and sauces that add flavor.
Add tofu to pumpkin pie mix and you get a nice mousse for pie or parfaits.
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Kitchen things you need to make Thanksgiving go smoothly.
This week, more answers to your Thanksgiving cooking questions.
A few easy-to-find ingredients are all that's needed for this dish, which has the flavors of fall.
A quick rundown of notable holiday features in monthly food magazines out now.
A whole new world of possibilities comes from cold-smoking goat cheese embued with the scent of hickory.
A roundup of our favorite Thanksgiving vegetable sides.
November 9, 2009; 12:00 PM ET |
Categories: Staff Favorites , Thanksgiving | Tags: Brussels sprouts, Jane Black, Thanksgiving, corn, cranberries, green beans, grits, holiday favorites, peas, potatoes, pumpkin, squash, sweet potatoes
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