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These are also great for sandwiches.

"Additional information” that surfaced after a video went viral is prompting the company to reconsider.

Keep it light and start things of right.

Highlights

2018 Fall Dining Guide

The D.C. dining scene just keeps getting better. Tom Sietsema reviews 48 of the best restaurants the city has to offer.

Free Range on Food: Wednesday, Nov. 21, at noon

A special two-hour, pre-Thanksgiving chat. Guests include Stella Parks, Angela Davis, Kathy Gunst, Andrea Nguyen and Sheri Castle.

You eat first with your eyes, so a little styling will make a big difference.

Doctors report that most of the injuries involve something other than the peel.

Learn how to carve this year’s Thanksgiving bird with this step-by-step guide using augmented reality.

Pumpkin, sweet potatoes and turkey deserve star treatment more than one day a year.

The sandwich is an indulgent bite from a different era.

Don’t believe all the hype about mistakes, and keep these principles in mind.

Because you can't live on cream and butter alone.

Featuring scones, turkey, cake and more.

  • Perspective

This tri-animal roast is expensive, time-consuming — and virtually impossible to cook well.

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Keep calm. You're going to enjoy dessert no matter what.

Eric Adjepong, son of Ghanaian immigrants, was also named to People’s ‘sexiest chef’ list.

Featuring stuffed squash, whole-roasted cauliflower and more.

NOURISH | A quick turn in the oven with maple syrup and two warming spices is all it takes.

Recipes ranging from extra to austere.

Before refrigeration and livestock trucks, turkey drives took thousands of birds from farm to slaughterhouse.

There's something here for everyone.

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