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Best Thanksgiving Recipes

Best Thanksgiving Recipes

Thanksgiving can be a stressful time for even the most seasoned and prepared home cooks. Depending on the size of your family and guest list, you could find yourself responsible for feeding a significant number of people. Other factors can also add to the stress of Thanksgiving Day cooking, like kitchen size, budget, resources, time and a lack of helping hands. When it comes down to deciding on the best Thanksgiving Day recipes for your family, there are a few things to consider. Are you serving the food in courses or buffet style? Do you need to make options for people with dietary restrictions? What's the main dish? Which dish takes the longest time to cook? Which takes the least amount of time? This process can quickly become overwhelming, especially if you're doing it for the ... Read more

Veggie Spaghetti: A Spiral Sensation

You don't need to be Italian to appreciate the versatile deliciousness of pasta. But indulging in your favorite pasta dishes a little too often can really pack on the pounds. While we would never — ever — recommend giving up this wonderful Italian staple completely, we want to introduce you to this delectable pasta alternative: veggie spaghetti!

Made from several different types of vegetables, veggie spaghetti is a tasty and healthier alternative to regular pasta. Veggie spaghetti is easy to make at home if you have the right kitchen tools. But first, what can this spaghetti alternative be made from, and how is it made?

What Goes Into Veggie Spaghetti?

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Stuffing 7 Ways

Few things evoke nostalgia and comfort like a holiday meal. Your table is set with dishes and overflowing with food — chatter and laughter echo from the living room. The scent of buttery potatoes, fresh bread and savory meat beckons your guests to the table where they eagerly wait for the signal to dig in. For many families, stuffing is a must-have companion for holiday meals. Its traditional preparation dates back to the lavish banquet food of first-century Rome. Today, stuffing takes many forms. Whether it's cooked in a turkey, served as a casserole or baked in a muffin tin, you can enjoy stuffing with the hearty flavors you crave. Customize your stuffing to your preferences this holiday seas... Read more

Throw a Ghoulish Grown-Up Halloween Party

It's the spookiest time of the year — and not just for kids! Here's a few ideas to help you throw a bloodcurdling grown-up Halloween party.

Creepy Cocktails

Grown-up parties aren't complete without a cocktail or two! Cider-based cocktails are always a great, festive option. Rum-based punches are also party favorites, so try making a witch's brew! And what would a Halloween party be without a little blood? Bloody Marys will fit the bill! For a sweeter option, add some grenadine to the drink to get that blood-red look. Halloween-colored Jello shots are another fun boozy option.

Make sure to adorn...

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10 Unique Sausage Taco Recipes

10 Unique Sausage Taco Recipes Taco Tuesday is one of our favorite nights of the week. From hard shells to soft tortillas and spicy to mild meats, there are a million different ways to mix up this delicious dish. If you feel like your taco nights are growing a bit stale as you cycle through the same one or two recipes time and again, why not try mixing things up by swapping out your beef, chicken or pork for sausage as the key ingredient in your tacos? Perhaps the best part about using sausage in your tacos is the sheer variety it offers. After all, there isn’t just one kind of sausage. There’s Italian sausag... Read more

How to Create the Coziest Stew

As we enter the fall season, it's time to start making our favorite fall recipes. Flavorful, cozy stews are always a great option for keeping the family warm and full. Here's how to create the perfect stew.

1. Choose Your Ingredients

The great thing about making a stew is that you can tailor it to your family's preferred tastes. Even if you don't enjoy favorites like beef stew, you have lots of options to create something you'll enjoy.

Get creative with these four core elements of a stew:

  • Vegetables: You can try any combination of vegetables that you like. Potatoes are... Read more

How to Cook Sausage

Whether you prefer your links spicy or Italian-style, sausage adds a flavorful kick to nearly any meal. You can prepare it in several ways, and it blends well with a host of other foods. Properly prepared sausage adds a protein punch to many dishes. How do you cook sausage? What are the best ways to cook sausage? What recipes can you kick up a notch with this flavorful meat? How to Cook Sausage

Ways to Cook Sausage

You can prepare sausage in three primary ways: grilling it, pan-frying it or broiling it.
  • Grilling sausage: To grill sausage, preheat your grill to medium. Cook pork ... Read more

Five Comfort Meals to Make This Fall

As the chilly season approaches, it's time to get out the comfort food recipes! If you're looking for some delicious comfort meals to keep you warm and cozy, check out our top five fall recipes.

1. Pumpkin-Stuffed Ravioli With Premio Sausage, Brown Butter Sauce and Pecans

For lovers of ravioli and all things sweet and savory, this is a great seasonal dish for your family to enjoy. Here are the ingredients you'll need for this recipe:

For the filling, you'll need:

  • Mashed, organic pumpkin, 8 oz. can
  • Premio Sweet Italian Sausage, 1 package, casings removed
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How to Make the Perfect Sausage Rolls

How to Make the Perfect Sausage Rolls

Every family needs a great food-related tradition as part of their family culture. We think sausage rolls are a terrific candidate for this purpose because they’re so simple, tasty and universally appealing. Your family may already have a unique take on this classic, but if not, then now is the perfect time to create one. Once you’ve got your recipe down, it makes for a fantastic addition to any large gathering, holiday parties or even casual summer picnics.

Of course, there isn’t just one sausage roll across...

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fruits and veggies in a blender

How to Hide Veggies in Your Favorite Foods

Vegetables are not often listed as a favorite food or delicious indulgence — but hearty greens are among the healthiest ingredients you can add to a meal. Luckily, we've got some suggestions for how to sneak heart-healthy veggies into your favorite snacks and entrees. You won't even notice the difference, and you may even realize they taste better this way!

Mix Cauliflower or Broccoli in Scrambled Eggs

Puree or finely dice cauliflower or broccoli and add to your scrambled eggs for some Vitamin C. To make a whole breakfast meal, slice and bake a russet potato and add a Premio Breakfast Sausage link to the side.

Use Zucchini Noodles Instead of Pasta

An ingenious way to cut the carbs while still getting your taste of Italy is to replace pasta with zucchini noodles. Th... Read more