5 Recipes For The Perfect Thanksgiving Dinner

You’ve been waiting for this day all year. The smell of fall fills your home, because this year, you tried these recipes for the perfect Thanksgiving dinner. Herb and Citrus Butter Roasted Turkey If you think all Thanksgiving turkeys are the same, you’ll be surprised by the zest in this one. With the kick of lemon and boldness of garlic, you’ll be feasting on leftovers for weeks. Apple-Walnut Stuffing Stuffing is so much more than just bread and broth. Abandon the status quo with this recipe and throw fresh fruits, such as apricots, figs, raisins, and Granny Smith apples, into

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The Best Holiday Pie Recipes

  We love the holidays and we love pie! We found the three best pie recipes that will knock the socks off your holiday guests this season!   The Best Pumpkin Pie Recipe We love Shawn’s pumpkin pie recipe from I Wash..You Dry. You know it must be good because it’s an award-winning pie! Source: I Wash..You Dry http://www.iwashyoudry.com/2016/10/24/pumpkin-pie-recipe/   2. The Best Pecan Pie Recipe Anything by Sally’s Baking Addiction is great but we really love her pecan pie! Source: Sally’s Baking Addiction http://sallysbakingaddiction.com/2015/11/06/my-favorite-pecan-pie-recipe/   3. The Best Apple Pie Recipe   Doesn’t it look to beautiful to eat? For every

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Have A Healthy Thanksgiving

  There’s nothing like Thanksgiving dinner—all the dishes and desserts you could ask for and a couch waiting for you after you stuff yourself. But when you wake up from that nap, all of a sudden you’re five pounds heavier. It’s possible to have your pumpkin pie and eat it, too. All you have to do is make some minor substitutions in this year’s menu to make sure your Thanksgiving won’t leave you groaning at the scale.   Eat green beans instead of green bean casserole. Green bean casserole and many other casseroles are full of ingredients like cheese, fried

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Trick or Treating with Food Allergies

  It breaks your heart that your child isn’t able to eat all the same kinds of candy as other kids on Halloween. But that doesn’t mean Halloween can’t be fun this year. With that in mind, there are several guidelines to keep your child safe this Halloween. You can make sure they stay safe without losing out on any of the fun that the other kids are having.   1. Keep an eye out for teal pumpkins. What? Teal pumpkins? An organization called Food Allergy Research and Education is promoting a movement for parents to set out teal pumpkins

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