In a perfect world, streusel would be sprinkled on top of everything including all of your meals, your car, and your head.
Sorry if these are a little cheesy.
Might as well just leave your oven on all month.
The appetizer table can be a bleak, hopeless place. These recipes, on the other hand, are guaranteed crowd-pleasers.
The more cooking you can do before The Big Day, the better.
Please put down the turkey baster.
Bring on the inevitable turkey blues.
And we really, really want to try it.
“Beer and Wine Only” is no way to deal with a room full of hungry relatives.
Your oven can do some pretty great things when it doesn’t have to spend four hours roasting a giant bird. Great, vegetable-y, cheesy things.
“Oh, I’d love a boiled potato and some plain green beans for Thanksgiving dinner.” Said no vegan, ever. Don’t be that host.
This holiday won’t happen again for 70,000 years. (Really.) So celebrate to the max: Manischewitz-brined turkey, pecan pie rugelach, a cornucopia of gelt, and lots more.
Challah in Thanksgiving stuffing: It’s like this was always meant to happen. (See BuzzFeed’s full Thanksgivukkah feature here.)
Wherein the noodle kugel of Hanukkah meets the sweet potato casserole of Thanksgiving and the results are very meaningful. (See BuzzFeed’s full Thanksgivukkah feature here.)
You’ve had Pumpkin Pie, but have you had Pumpkin Pye? (See BuzzFeed’s full Thanksgivukkah feature here.)
This sauce is the new essential topping for latkes and turkey. It is killer. (See BuzzFeed’s full Thanksgivukkah feature here.)
How pecans and corn syrup never found their way into buttery little pastry pinwheels before, we may never know. (See BuzzFeed’s full Thanksgivukkah feature here.)
We all have at least one thing in common: ‘Tis the season for eating.
A comprehensive guide to the best part of the holidays.
Let’s put eggnog in everything ever.