Whether you are doing the cooking, or attending as a dinner guest, watch out for these foods to sneak in some benefits you may not normally get from a typical holiday meal.
This thanksgiving, we can all be thankful for a fantastic feast free of frankenfood.
Turkey may be the thanksgiving standard, but the star is the dressing. More specifically, Southern cornbread dressing baked in a pan, not inside the turkey.
This salad has all of my favorite autumn flavors like cinnamon, dried cranberries, crisp apples, and walnuts, with a creamy balsamic dressing that really brings the flavors together.
Try this amazing pumpkin pie recipe before the spirit of the holidays leaves us for good. This unique, press-in walnut crust is a tasty alternative to the usual graham cracker crust.