Tired of the same old salad every day? Have a house full of people who visibly cringe at the mention of turkey...again? This make-ahead dish, with a kid-friendly name can solve both your problems.
Have you served enough turkey sandwiches to drive your family over the edge or to the nearest fast food joint? Take heart. Our turkey enchiladas use up that turkey in such "oh so very unturkey-like" that it tempts even the most "weary of leftovers" souls.
Do you need stuffing in a hurry? This simple Thanksgiving cheat gets it from the stove to table almost instantly.
Are mashed potatoes a family favorite, especially at holiday meals? Keep a box or bag of mashed potatoes on hand. Then, add punch to frozen or boxed mashed potatoes. Here's how you can dress up those blah packaged spuds for a festive table.
Do you need a vegetable in a hurry? Buy a bag of French-style green beans, and you're halfway there. Microwave them right before serving. Dress them up and serve.
It happens every year. Before you know it, it's the day before Thanksgiving. Suddenly, you're stressing. Have you planned enough side dishes? Will the turkey thaw? Should you make "something else" besides pumpkin pie? Argh! Take a breath, exhale. If the day's approaching fast and your time is limited, dress up store-bought products with these tips and tricks.
Pumpkin flan can end a meal in style any time of year, but it really struts its stuff around the holiday season. Expand your pumpkin horizons beyond pie with our spicy flan served in a pool of caramel sauce.
Each year at Thanksgiving, we test a new dish. Often they become a family favorite. Nopales and beet salad earned that status.
Our recipe, "Linguine with no-cook tomato sauce" deals with plentiful garden produce painlessly. Plus, it definitely meets the busy mom criteria for getting a healthy -- and popular -- dinner on the table in 30 minutes or less.
At the end of a long day, do you long for a dish that's easy to prepare, low calorie, filling and loved by adults and kids alike? Try our "Sweet Potato with Sausage and Peppers."