If you want to step up your game this Thanksgiving, try making your own pie crust! This recipe results in the butteriest, flakiest crust, which is perfect for any kind of pie.
Deep-frying has become one of the most popular ways to prepare Thanksgiving turkeys; however, there are some serious safety concerns you need to be aware of upfront. Check out our safety tips to make sure your turkey is the only thing that gets fried this year!
Looking to travel somewhere other than grandma's house this Thanksgiving? Check out these unique destinations within the U.S. perfect for the long Holiday weekend.
Believe it or not, the holidays are approaching. As you start thinking about your gift list set a budget for how much you can spend this year.
When hosting Thanksgiving, last-minute tasks have a way of sneaking up on you, which is why it's important to get as much as you can done in advance. Follow these tips so that you can enjoy your guests and have a memorable turkey day.
4 extra large eggs
1 - 29 oz canned pumpkin
3 cups evaporated milk
1½ cups sugar
2 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp ground nutmeg
1 tsp salt
½ tsp ground cloves
2 - 9 inch pie crusts (unbaked) homemade or store bought
Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy delicious food with family and friends; however, many people don't have that luxury. Some are homeless or sick or simply have no place to go. If you want to make a difference this holiday season, but don't know how you can give back in a meaningful way, check out these ideas for spreading cheer and lending a helping hand:
This easy, kid-friendly craft is fun for the whole family! Make your own tabletop turkey to proudly display on your Thanksgiving table this year.
What you will need:
Construction paper (at least two different colors)