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Entries from the ‘Holidays’ Category

Contest: Best Room-Temperature Side Dish (win a free martha stewart turkey!)

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You've all been there—it's Turkey Day, the bird (and the oven) are stuffed, every burner, plate, platter and fork has been spoken for, and your dear friend/auntie/sister/cousin just …

Thanksgiving How-To: Prepping the Bird

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No matter what size turkey you are cooking this Thanksgiving, these easy step-by-step instructions show you exactly how to season, stuff, and prepare it for roasting. If using …

Thanksgiving Pie Poll: Pecan, pumpkin or apple?

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And if your answer is "none of the above," tell us your choice in the comments below! Find our Pecan Pie recipe (pictured above)…

Perfect roasted turkey

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What kind of turkey are you planning for the holidays? A classic roasted bird, like the one above? Will you attempt a deep-fried or grilled this year? Molasses-glazed? …

talking turkey

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Really? November here so soon? Does that mean you're all thinking about Thanksgiving dinner? Well, we are, and more importantly, we're here to help. The EDF blog will …

creepy cocktail o'clock: spooky rum cooler

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Spread black sanding sugar on a saucer. Rub a lime wedge around the rim of a glass, then dip in sugar. Add ice. In a cocktail shaker filled …

1st birthday cake

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For my son's 1st birthday party, we had a very casual little picnic party. I made a classic carrot cake with cream cheese frosting for dessert (and singing)—Maida …

breaking the fast

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For me, nothing says breaking the Yom Kippur fast quite like my aunt's rugelach. For those of you not familiar with these Jewish pastries, they are delicious dough …