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How To : Create a Thanksgiving stuffing with Martha Stewart

There are a zillion ways to make stuffing for your Thanksgiving bird, but only one way to make it Martha Stewart-style. If you're cooking for a big party this year of 20 people or more, Martha offers a delicious, buttery recipe for stuffing that'll satiate all the mouths you'l ...more

How To : Make spicy sweet potatoes with Martha Stewart

Sweet potatoes are served by the ton on Thanksgiving, but these juicy and candied root vegetables are just as enjoyable the rest of the year with the right recipe. Learn how to make traditional sweet potatoes for your favorite special occasion with this segment of "The Martha ...more

How To : Make gourd candles for fall with Martha Stewart

Don't let ripe orange pumpkins have all the fun this fall season. Ready your dinner table for Halloween, Thanksgiving, or just a fun fall get together by drilling a few holes in gourds to make them into candleholders. Watch this episode of "The Martha Stewart Show" to learn h ...more

How To : Bake Turkey Cupcakes for Thanksgiving Dessert

We've all come to expect turkey as the main dish on Thanksgiving, maybe even Christmas, but did you know you can serve turkey as a dessert, too? In this episode of "The Martha Stewart Show," you'll learn how to make turkey cupcakes (which are not made with actual turkey meat—t ...more

How To : Make a healthy and tasty POMtini for Thanksgiving

Make a healthy food enjoyable this Thanksgiving or Christmas by mixing yourself a POMtini. Made of POM juice and several different liqueurs, the POMtini is the brainchild of POM founder Lynda Resnick. In this segment of "The Martha Stewart Show," Martha and Lynda Resnick of P ...more

How To : Make Brussels sprouts with Martha Stewart

In this video Martha Stewart teaches how to cook Brussels sprouts with warm lemon vinaigrette for a Thanksgiving side dish. To do this you need to trim and quarter 20 ounces of Brussels sprouts, cutting off the stem end. In a frying pan heat two table spoons of olive oil then ...more

How To : Don't Have Self-Rising Flour? You Don't Need It!

Many recipes call for self-rising flour as a staple ingredient. Oftentimes, we find ourselves passing these recipes by because we don't have it on hand, or because we don't use it enough to actually want to buy it. Don't Miss: Cook Like a Chef: Use Ratios, Not Recipes Lucki ...more

How To : Fold napkins beautifully for Thanksgiving

If you've found yourself visiting a few too many fast food restaurants, you've probably forgotten the beauty that napkins can amount to when given the proper fold and tuck. When throwing a dinner party, it's important that your entire tablescape match and look polished, inclu ...more

How To : 10 Thrifty, Time-Saving Ice Cube Tray Food Hacks

Stop! Do not pour that leftover wine, coffee, or bacon grease down the drain. And those herbs that have been in your fridge so long they've literally turned on you? And what about when that recipe only calls for two tablespoons of heavy cream, a quarter cup of tomato purée, or ...more

Turkey Day Hacks : 7 Alternatives to Traditional Stuffing

When it comes to Thanksgiving, some people live for stuffing (or dressing, if that's what you call it). Personally, I love all stuffing, even the boxed kind. However, even the classics can start to feel a little staid and dull after a while. Why not try giving your Thanksgivi ...more

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