Take the stress out of hosting Thanksgiving dinner by preparing as much of the meal as you can in advance. All of these recipes can be made days (or even weeks) ahead of time.
Get your hands on some pumpkin seeds, so you can make this pumpkin seed toffee. With layers of salty pumpkin seeds, buttery toffee, chocolate and nuts, it’s all the reason you need to carve pumpkins or make a batch of pumpkin puree.
Planning to carve some jack-o-lanterns, or make some pumpkin puree? Be sure to save your pumpkin seeds, so you can make this pumpkin seed brittle. It’s ridiculously tasty, and really easy to make.
Carving pumpkins is a messy job (especially when kids are involved). Reward yourself for making the effort by roasting the pumpkin seeds, and using them to make this simple, two-ingredient pumpkin seed bark.
You spent all day roasting your turkey. Now, you’ve carved into it, and the meat is pink. Does it need to go back in the oven? Is it safe to serve to your guests? Did you mess up somewhere along the way? Here’s what you need to know to decide.