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New Year’s Eve Party Punch

New Year’s Eve is on the way and this party punch is sure to have you counting down to midnight in style! This easy, make-ahead cocktail is the perfect hands-off way to serve drinks for a crowd at your next celebration. Party punch might seem…

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Reindeer Sugar Cookies

Be the star of the dessert table with a plate of these adorable reindeer cookies which are just as cute as they are delicious. Just look at these littles faces. Aren’t they cute! These reindeer cookies are super simple to make using basic snack pieces on top of…

DIY Holiday Sugar Scrubs | Thanksgiving.com

DIY Holiday Sugar Scrubs

‘Tis the season for chilly temperatures, warm fires, and gathering with your loved ones. Unfortunately, it’s also the time for dry, flaky skin. Don’t let winter dryness dampen your holiday spirit! These four holiday themed sugar scrubs are a great way to indulge yourself in…

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Apple Cider Moscow Mule

Moscow Mules are refreshing ginger and lime cocktails usually seen being sipped in warmer weather, but we are adding a seasonal twist to take this drink through to the New Year! We have added a splash of apple cider to the mix which pairs nicely with…

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Guide to Turkey Cuts

The most common types of turkeys served on Thanksgiving tables are whole turkeys (for the adventurous and large groups) and turkey breasts (for smaller groups or those who prefer white meat). Typically, the entire turkey is cooked and then carved, allowing guests to eat whichever…

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The Best Pumpkins for Pies

Field pumpkins, or jack-o-lanterns, are great for carving but their tough, fibrous flesh is less than ideal for kitchen use. Instead, if you’re planning on backing with your pumpkin, look for one of these pie-ready varieties of pumpkin. Cinderella pumpkins These pumpkins earned their moniker…

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The Best Whisk for Your Gravy

Who knew whisks could be such a polarizing kitchen utensil?! Chefs expound on what makes a great whisk, citing things like number of wires, flexibility, grip comfort. If you’re a casual cook and making gravy once a year, like Thanksgiving, you’ve probably only given your…

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Why You Need a Fat Separator

Fat separators are specially designed measuring cups that make it easy to de-fat stock for gravies and sauces. They can also be called gravy strainers or soup strainers. By separating the broth and fat from your pan drippings, you are able to produce a flavorful, lean broth…