Cooking do’s and don’ts for your holiday feast

Cooking do’s and don’ts for your holiday feast

Ham, turkey, duck, beef, and pork roasts are all a beloved part of many holiday meals. But because a lot of us only cook these once or twice a year, we run a higher risk of preparation and cooking goof-ups that can compromise taste at best—and at worst make people sick. Don’t want your guests to join the one in six people who get food poisoning each year in the U.S.? Use this guide to selecting, storing, cooking, and serving those … (read more)

Cooking countdown to a stress-free Thanksgiving feast

Cooking countdown to a stress-free Thanksgiving feast

Thanksgiving is just a week away and if you’re hosting this year’s feast your to-do list may be long but time is short. Stressful? You bet. But getting a head start on the cooking can help and so does sticking with recipes you know and love. Here are some tips from the pros.

7 days before. After stocking up on food and beverages focus on the bird. If you bought a frozen turkey figure out how long it will take to … (read more)