Step 1: Make a big pile of Thanksgiving food. Step 2: Add cheese curds.
It’s so much more than a bunch of jerks and snatches.
Choose your own adventure: do you like them fluffy, creamy, garlicky, or cheesy?
These dreamy clouds of starch are perfect for sopping up gravy. To learn more about making mashed potatoes exactly the way you like, click here.
Like all things, mashed potatoes taste better with cheese. To learn more about how to make mashed potatoes exactly the way you like, click here.
The best part about these perfectly rich potatoes is that an electric mixer does all the hard work for you. To learn more about how to make mashed potatoes exactly the way you like, click here.
Leave the potato skins on for extra texture, and add roasted garlic for a little zing. To learn more about how to make mashed potatoes exactly the way you like, click here.
From knee push-ups to AMRAP #beastmode.
Be thankful for slow cookers and crescent roll dough.
Your oven is sick of spending the holidays all alone.
Turkey’s alright, but I always hold out for pie.
I know I sound like your mother, but it’s bad manners to show up to a party empty-handed. Appropriately, this list is based entirely on suggestions from my mother.
In our new series BuzzFeed Breakfast, we invite a chef to hang out and cook stuff at 10 a.m. Then we show you how to recreate what he or she did.
You really should do this, and not only because it’s badass. It just tastes better.
Canned tuna for dinner is often an act of desperation. I think it’s time to change that.
Because these root vegetables aren’t going to just eat themselves.
Colder weather is coming, and throwing a dinner party is the only socially acceptable way to stay home all weekend.
A potluck menu that honors the FRIENDS who taught us the beauty of this holiday to begin with.