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Melissa Clark's Sheet Pan Thanksgiving recipe is an easy-to-prepare meal for the holiday or throughout the year. Linda Xiao hide caption

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This is the one-pan recipe to make your Thanksgiving easy

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Stu Haley's Grandma Monnette created a Thanksgiving side dish, dressing balls, to avoid using stuffing from inside the turkey. Stu Haley/Collage by NPR hide caption

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When making Thanksgiving dressing, Grandma Monnette had one simple rule

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Deb Perelman in her small "smitten" kitchen in New York City's East Village. "I make it work!" she says. "I like that there's a lot of light coming in." Melissa Block/NPR hide caption

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Stuck on veggie ideas for Thanksgiving? The Smitten Kitchen has some advice

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In her 1796 cookbook, American Cookery, Amelia Simmons recommends serving turkey or other fowl "with boiled onions and cranberry-sauce, mangoes, pickles or celery." Not long after, (give or take 180+ years), Susan Stamberg began sharing her mother in law's cranberry relish recipe on NPR. Library of Congress hide caption

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When turkey met cranberries — a dinner date from the 1700s

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McFadden wrote about butter boards as early as 2017, when he released the cookbook Six Seasons: A New Way With Vegetables. Laura Dart hide caption

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Use these tips to have fun with the latest food trend — butter boards

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Tabitha Brown says her spicy Caribbean-style jackfruit tacos are one of her favorite go-to meals. Matt Armendariz hide caption

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For this TikTok star, cooking from the spirit is much more than a recipe

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Molly Yeh's kimchi cheddar Jucy Lucy. Yeh says the burger, where the cheese is inside the meat, originated in Minnesota, where she lives with her family. Chantell & Brett Quernemoen hide caption

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Food Network stars also juggle work and family. This one made a cookbook for us all

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Emily Meggett, the author of Gullah Geechee Home Cooking. Meggett published her cookbook at age 89. Clay Williams/Courtesy of Abrams hide caption

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For this 89-year-old Gullah Geechee chef, cooking is about heart

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You can have kimchi fried rice, too — just listen to some tunes! Jongdal Jeong/Getty Images hide caption

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A kimchi fried rice playlist on Spotify teaches you how to make the dish

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Rick Martínez's regional Mexican cookbook Mi Cocina is out now. Ren Fuller/Rick Martínez; Clarkson Potter hide caption

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Rick Martínez brings 'rapture' to the kitchen with his new cookbook 'Mi Cocina'

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Left: Jean's perfect kimchi. Right: Eric Kim and his mom, Jean, making and tasting kimchi. Reprinted from Korean American. Copyright © 2022 Eric Kim. Photographs copyright © 2022 Jenny Huang. Published by Clarkson Potter, an imprint of Random House hide caption

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Reprinted from Korean American. Copyright © 2022 Eric Kim. Photographs copyright © 2022 Jenny Huang. Published by Clarkson Potter, an imprint of Random House

Mommom spent her whole life in New Jersey. Her father was an immigrant from Hungary and her mother was from New York. Melanie Gardiner hide caption

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Remembering 'Mommom', and her matzo ball soup recipe that 'even an idiot can make'

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New York Times food writer Priya Krishna says Dorie Greenspan's World Peace 2.0 cookie are impossible to hate. Mark Weinberg/Mariner Books, an imprint of Harper Collins hide caption

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5 DIY holiday recipes and crafts to avoid supply chain problems

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This cranberry sauce recipe calls for orange zest as well as orange liqueur like Grand Marnier. Steve Klise/America's Test Kitchen hide caption

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Here's an America's Test Kitchen recipe for keeping Thanksgiving (cranberry) saucy

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Samantha Seneviratne says her maple cream pie is very, very forgiving. Julia Gartland hide caption

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These 3 Thanksgiving recipes offer a stress-free menu for your holiday gathering

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Alexis Nikole Nelson: How Foraging Restored My Relationship With Food

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