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How To Spatchcock a Turkey + Our Juiciest Turkey Recipe Ever

Roasting a juicy, perfectly cooked whole turkey doesn’t have to be stressful. Try this classic spatchcocking technique and Thanksgiving dinner will be faster, easier, and more visually exciting than ever before.

How to Make Homemade Stock

Stocks are the foundation of classic cooking — they won't dazzle you with their good looks, but surely will with what they bring to your cooking endeavors. Simply follow our fundamental guidelines, including our six principles for making from-scratch stock, and you'll soon be creating amazing soups, stews, and more.

How to Flavor & Tenderize Meat and Vegetables with Marinades

Look around your kitchen, and you’ll see everything needed to add extra layers of flavor or to tenderize your favorite meal — vinegars, juices, milk, vegetables, spices, even wine. In this step-by-step tutorial we explain all that you should know about marinades and how they work . . . while you relax.

Learn All About Indirect Grilling

What is indirect grilling? It's bascially a technique that turns your grill into an outdoor oven so you can cook big items, like whole chickens, pork loins, pizzas, etc. So the next time you fire up the grill, follow these four simple steps, and take the indirect route to perfectly cooked meats, vegetables, and more.

How to Make a Basic Brine

Brining is a simple technique that replaces the water in meat and poultry with the brining solution which yields juicier, more flavorful meat. With this quick refresher, you'll learn how to make a basic brine so you'll be well on your way to juicy, flavorful meat and poultry in no time.


Chicken & Noodle Stew

If you’ve never tasted a Chicken & Noodle Stew — not the soup — then you’re in for a real treat. Thicker and creamier, this Midwestern mainstay is just as comforting and tasty. It’s loaded with vegetables and herbs, and the convenience of rotisserie chicken can’t be beat. Frozen egg noodles are standard, and help thicken the sauce (along with a flour and half-and-half slurry). With each bite, you’ll feel like you’re wrapped in a warm blanket.

Fennel-Crusted Chicken Cutlets

Italian cuisine is known for its simplicity. With just a few flavorful ingredients that are of good quality, great food is within reach.

This Fennel-Crusted Chicken Cutlets menu is the epitome of this way of thinking, and just a few bites will prove it. On the menu is breaded chicken cutlets, a crisp Escarole Salad with Pecorino Romano, and garlicky

Tarragon Grilled Chicken with corn & blueberry salad

Tarragon Grilled Chicken is the epitome of a warmer weather meal. Grilled chicken not only smells enticing, but tastes phenomenal. And once you pair it with a fresh corn and blueberry salad, your taste buds won’t know what hit them. It’s the perfect, yet maybe not so common, combination of sweet and savory that you may not have thought to try.

Greek Cobb Salad

This Greek cobb is a fresh spin on the original and borrows many components from it, like lettuce, tomato, grilled chicken, and eggs. But in this Mediterranean adaptation, crunchy cucumber, red onion, briny feta cheese, pepperoncini, olives, fresh mint, and dill make their way into the bowl. A tangy red wine vinaigrette with garlic and oregano ties everything together.

As if the salad wasn’t satisfying enough, serve it with the cool as a Cucumber-Yogurt Soup. Packed with fresh mint an…

Fried Chicken Sandwich with dill pickle coleslaw

If you love fried chicken, you’re in for a real treat. This ain’t your mama’s fried chicken, this version has you brining your chicken in pickle juice before frying it. The pickle theme doesn’t stop there: dill pickles are also in the slaw. Pickle lovers rejoice! This is one sandwich you’re going to be dreaming about later.

Chicken Shawarma with yogurt-hummus sauce

When you cook nutritious ingredients in interesting ways, it doesn’t seem like you’re watching what you eat. This recipe for shawarma [shuh-WAHR-mah] is exactly that. Basically a Middle-Eastern taco, this version takes a lighter route using grilled chicken breast instead of beef or lamb, served in lettuce leaves, not pita. Drizzled with a delicious yogurt-hummus sauce, then served with a yummy salad, this is one winning menu.

Sheet Pan Roasted Chicken Thighs & Ratatouille Veggies with goat cheese

These roasted vegetables and chicken thighs are both colorful and satisfying. And all it takes is one pan, one oven, and one hour… how easy is that?

Ratatouille [ra-tuh-TOO-ee] is a popular French dish that blends and simmers tomatoes, bell peppers, zucchini, and eggplant to make a vegetable stew. This weeknight adaptation includes chicken thighs, making it a complete meal. And thighs are ideal for roasting because they have more fat than breasts, so they’re less likely to become dry.…

Chicken Gumbo “Pot Pie” with puff pastry rounds

While gumbo isn’t something you normally think of for a weeknight dinner, this “pot pie” version gets that Louisiana mainstay on the table in just an hour. Relying on purchased puff pastry makes the pie part quick and easy, while Cajun seasoning brings in tons of flavor. And the expected trinity is present and accounted for, because it’s just not gumbo without it. The slow-cooked dark roux is replaced with a simpler sauce, thickened with a little flour, more in keeping with a standard pot pi…

Instant Pot Chicken Cassoulet with garlic sausage

This French-inspired peasant stew of chicken and beans is what gourmands might call cassoulet. When made with duck confit, classic French cassoulet is a 2–3 day process. Pressure cooking in the Instant Pot reduces this cassoulet to less than 2 hours.

Turkey & Ham Crescent Ring with cranberry and brie

This Turkey & Ham Crescent Ring is so good, it's like a celebration in its own right.

If you have some of those tasty traditional sides leftover — perfect! We’re throwing them into the mix, and putting some life back into the leftover holiday turkey with this fun and creative meal. So go on and keep those leftovers for yourself this year … it’s for a good reason.

Turkey & Potato Cakes

A perfect recipe to use up Thanksgiving leftovers, some say these cakes are even better than the traditional big bird dinner. Tasty and quick, what’s not to love?!

Turkey & Noodles Stir-Fry

Put some life back into the leftover holiday turkey with this fun and creative stir-fry. This dish is packed with flavor, but if you like things a little on the spicier side, add more sambal oelek or serve with Sriracha sauce.