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Features

 

How to Host Thankgiving Dinner and Enjoy it Anyway

You're hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year, but it need not be a burden. In fact it can be a pleasure, given the right planning and organization.
 

Side Dishes That Steal the Show

Thanksgiving is about way more than turkey. Try these side dishes that will have your guests applauding!
 

Thanksgiving Recap

With Thanksgiving themes running back to 1998, now seems like a great time to take a look at what the archives have to offer on the subject.
 

Columns

 

Editor's Note

Find everything from side dishes to dessert in this month's special issue of Seasoned Cooking.
 

Rise 'n Shine

Get into the Thanksgiving spirit with a simple twist on quick oatmeal that will start your day right.
 

Rush Hour

Have an elegant meal in the middle of the rushed week without slaving over a stove for hours.
 

Phil's International Flair

Get a glimpse of Ethiopian cooking in this month's column … and get a taste of Ethiopia's cuisine.
 

Through the Kitchen Window

Holidays present a special challenge for those watching their weight. Find out how Rossana deals with the issue in this month's column.
 

Kitchen Focus

The second in a two-part series on quick and simple sauces covers savory sauces for everything from pasta to potatoes.
 

Ingredient SpotLight

Good and good for you, sweet potatoes are an ingredient that should find their way into more than Thanksgiving dishes.
 

Seasoned Opinions

It's the biggest, most elaborate meal of the year and we want to know: What's for dinner on Thanksgiving?
 

Happy Endings

Think making a pumpkin pie is too much effort? Make it in a glass and show off your creativity!
 
 
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