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Thanksgiving Recipe Videos

  • Rustic Tart Pastry

    Mixing the cornmeal with this rustic dough and using butter instead of lard makes a near perfect pastry dough for tarts or galettes.

  • Pie Crust

    The secret to this pie crust is the use of butter to make a fluffier and more flavorfull crust.

  • Pumpkin Pie from Scratch

    You can make your own pumpkin pie using sugar pumpkins and the usual ingredients like cinnamon, cloves, allspice, nutmeg and ginger.

  • Rustic Apple Tart

    This rustic tart is also called a galette, which is a French culinary term for a round pastry or cake, either sweet or savory.

  • Pumpkin Pudding

    The base for a good pumpkin pudding is a good pumpkin bread recipe and then adding maple syrup and cream before baking again.

  • Turkey Potpie

    This turkey pot pie uses all of your leftover vegetables and gravy as well as the turkey.

  • Easy Pumpkin Bisque

    Are you looking for a good and easy pumkin soup or bisque recipe. This one is very easy and quick to make.

  • Turkey Gravy

    Making turkey gravy from scratch tastes much better than almost anything you can buy that is already prepared. 

  • Turkey Stuffing

    Add butter, turkey stock, carrots, celery and onion to a bag of packaged stuffing to make this basic stuffing.

  • Roast Pheasant and Endive

    Roasting a pheasant is as easy as any other fowl. It has more flavor than turkey and is one of the more interesting fowls to consider serving around t

  • Creamed Corn

    Yes you can make your very own creamed corn. Shuck and cook the kernals raw.

  • Stuffed Acorn Squash

    The squash works well with many different types of stuffing including and not limited to chicken, rice of all kinds, seafood and more.

  • Pear Cranberry Relish

    You can do something a little different than the usual cranberry sauce with this Pear and Cranberry Relish.

  • Pumpkin Cannoli

    It is possible to buy cannoli shells already made, which of course is a lot easier for the home cook. This traditional recipe uses both ricotta and ma

  • Butternut Leek Soup

    This Thanksgiving Butternut Squash and Leek soup requires that you wash and clean fresh leeks but the results are well worth it.

  • Roasted Green Beans

    If you want to save time cooking Thanskgiving dinner this is one of the recipes for that. Buy the green beans already washed and cut.

  • Leek and Pecan Stuffing

    Author and blogger Jane Ward likes to follow tradition but found this leek and pecan version of stuffing and now it is a staple for her turkey.

  • Roast Turkey Breast

    If you do not have the time or just want a simpler turkey or Thanksgiving dinner try roasting a hotel style turkey breast.

  • Quick Turkey Gravy

    Gravy can be made in the matter of minutes if you make the roux properly before mixing.

  • Quick Turkey Stuffing

    Do not let time prevent you from making your own quick stuffing, flavored with Granny Smith apples and fresh sage.

  • Easy Pecan Cinnamon Rolls

    Make this recipe with refrigerated cinnamon rolls by adding brown sugar, honey and chopped pecans.

  • Sugar Cranberries

    Sugar cranberries are especially popular during the holidays but are a great treat if you like the combination of sweet and tart.

  • Roasted Squash Bisque

    A Roasted Butternut Squash Bisque is a typical vegetable cream soup. Combine with chicken broth and heavy cream as a finish.

  • Baked Leeks

    This Baked Leeks recipe is the one new recipe that is so delicious - and so seasonally legitimate - it is destined to become a family tradition.

  • Green Bean Casserole

    Whether this is your first time, or your 50th, hosting, this Green Bean Casserole is a recipe you'll want to have on your Thanksgiving table year after year.

  • Ham and Spinach Breakfast Casserole

    This time saving ham and spinach breakfast dish will make a great addition to any holiday brunch or breakfast gathering.

  • Apple Custard Pie

    This apple custard pie is an heirloom recipe found by the Brass Sisters.

  • Apple Fennel Cole Slaw

    This is a New England version of a cole slaw using fennel and cider vinegar that works especially well with turkey or on a turkey sandwich.

  • Apple Tart

    A perfect apple tart should have a firm bottom to its crust but be flaky and flavorful as well.

  • Asparagus Prosciutto Wrap

    The essential ingredients are boursin cheese (a soft creamy cheese), a thin piece of prosciutto, and phyllo dough.

  • Homemade Cranberry Relish

    This recipe uses dried cranberries with raspberries but you can substitute fresh cranberries and cook a little longer.

  • Sweet Potato Casserole

    This Sweet Potato Casserole, with its creamy bright orange base, its familiar fluffy top crust of golden brown marshmallows is a tradition that resides with many families.

  • Roasting A Turkey

    You may only cook a turkey one day a year but it is easy to make a perfectly cooked bird - brown on the outside and fully cooked and moist on the inside.

  • Hot Apple Pie Dessert Cocktail

    This dessert cocktail, made with Tuac Brandy and apple cider, is easy to prepare and a sure hit with friends and family, especially in the fall.

  • BLT Dip

    With a nod to the classic BLT sandwich, it will be hard to pull your guests away from this dip.

  • Quick Apple Pie

    Homemade apple pie can be made much more quickly using a high quality refrigerated pie dough. The secret ingredient here is butter.

  • Pulled Turkey Sandwich

    Try a different version of a turkey sandwich with leftover turkey. Mix turkey with BBQ sauce and serve on a roll with cole slaw.

  • Honey Butter

    To make this flavored butter just mix butter, some brown sugar and of course honey.

  • Mom's Apple Pie

    Making a mile high apple pie like this requires putting as many Cortland apple slices into the pie as possible.

  • Pumpkin Bread

    Pumpkin bread is a holiday tradition and treat for many. Serve this with the honey butter recipe.

  • Broccoli Casserole

    The creamy bake of green beans, condensed soup, and crunchy onion topping in this recipe for Broccoli Casserole is certainly a crowd pleaser.

  • Hood $10,000 Pumpkin Cake

    Hood milk held a contest using dairy desserts and this is the grand prize winner. Pumpkin cakes with caramel sauce and topped with a sour cream mixtur

  • Pumpkin Cakes

    This recipe tops a pumpkin cupcake with maple cream cheese filling and a carmalized sauce with diced apples.

  • Apple Cider Vinaigrette

    A vinaigrette dressing is simply an emulsion of vinegars, oils and protein. This dressing reduces one cup of apple cider by half to enhance the flavor.

  • Carving The Turkey

    Learn the easiest way to carve a turkey from this descriptive video. She will also show you how to make for an impressive presentation.

  • Sunrise Squares

    As a mother of six, Jancey Smith knows how to make a hearty, home-cooked meal for a big bunch. Enter, the Sunrise Square, a bright, cheesy breakfast casserole to end all breakfast casseroles.

  • Potatoes au Gratin

    This recipe for Potatoes au Gratin is so simple, so easy, so satisfying, and so very traditional. You’ll find potatoes au gratin goes with any roast – a turkey, a roast beef, even ham.

  • Asparagus and Prosciutto Crisps

    These crisps elegantly combine the sweet and soft asparagus with salty and crispy prosciutto; a delicious blend of flavors and textures.

  • Turkey Pot Pie

    This Turkey Pot Pie is a great way to reintroduce the main event from the night before, in a different, but just as delicious way.

  • Marlborough Pie

    There could not be a more perfect ending to your Thanksgiving or Christmas meal than this Marlborough pie.

  • Homemade Applesauce

    Of all of the countless things you can do with your farm fresh apples this season make sure you cook up a batch of your own applesauce with this easy and delicious recipe from Chef Annie Schennum.

  • Bolognese Sauce with Thanksgiving Leftovers

    Perfect for when time is limited this Bolognese Sauce with Thanksgiving Leftovers is a twist on a classic Italian meal that is undeniably delicious.

  • Bacon Sausage Rollups

    With all of the holiday festivities to attend and possibly host this season, having a unique yet simple recipe for hors d'oeuvres is always ideal. Leave the cheese and crackers to the wayside this hol

  • Pickled Wax Beans

    Pickling is a fun and easy way to experiment with different fruits and vegetables. With her recipe, Ward shows us that pickling is as simple as adding your ingredients to a jar.

  • Red Cabbage with Apples

    Cabbage dishes with a European origin like this are typically done with red cabbage instead of green.

  • Four Cheese Scalloped Potatoes

    A side dish that also serves as the ultimate comfort food, this video recipe for Four Cheese Scalloped Potatoes is best served to a hungry crowd.

  • Wilks Gin and Tonic

    Warmer weather means warm weather cocktails. No, not the kind with umbrellas, the traditional kinds: the ones that originated in the 1800s. The Gin and Tonic.

  • Fresh Mushroom Cream Sauce

    Fresh is best when preparing a holiday meal for your family, and fresh also means simple and elegant with this succulent Mushroom Cream Sauce creation.

  • Green Bean Casserole Appetizers

    The holidays conjure up visions of family, fun, and food….and green bean casseroles, of course. Why not treat your family and guests to a mini gourmet green bean casserole appetizer?