Turkey lovers, delight! Our ultimate recipe for the juiciest, crispiest-skinned holiday bird, paired with classic Christmas sides.
Spatchcocking your turkey—that is, cutting out the backbone and flattening it out before roasting—is the fastest, easiest route to a guaranteed juicy bird.
These addictive candied almonds are coated in an egg-white-and-brown-sugar glaze that's flavored with smoked paprika, a little Old Bay, cayenne for heat, and black pepper. Put them out for your guests to nibble on while they wait for the main event.
A moist, tender, custard-like stuffing, almost like a savory bread pudding. Good in or out of the bird.
Sweet pears cooked in butter offer a nice contrast to pungent blue cheese and bitter greens in this salad.
Cauliflower gets a flavor-packed, smoky jolt from bacon in this creamy, comforting soup. Not only is it dead-simple to make, but it reheats beautifully, so you can make it days ahead.
Ditch the canned stuff for this five-ingredient, 15-minute sauce that combines fresh berries with just enough sugar and a little orange juice for a hint of citrus.
Thought mashed potatoes couldn't get better? This casserole ups the ante with rich sour cream and a deliciously crispy topping flavored with bacon, cheddar cheese, and scallions.
Tender braised green beans flavored with bacon, onions, garlic, tangy apple cider vinegar, and red pepper flakes.
These fresh rolls are just the right amount of buttery and sweet. The secret to making them extra fluffy? Instant mashed potato flakes.
Filled with Champagne buttercream and decorated with gold chocolate shards and sugar pearls, this cake roll is the pinnacle of festivity.
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