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This is a holiday we just can’t miss out on celebrating. Tonight’s dessert is definitely going to be a warm pan of chocolatey, gooey goodness in the form of brownies. And Food Network has not one but 50 perfect recipes! Get more delicious brownie recipes in Texture Highlights today.
It’s a Thanksgiving tradition. Every November, the Texture team gathers for an epic potluck feast. And of course, all of the delicious recipes can be found in the Texture app.
Keep scrolling for some of the best turkey day recipes we tried and tap the links to find them in the app. Not yet a member? Start your free trial today.
Brussels Sprout Leaves with Chorizo and Toasted Almonds from Bon Appétit
These scrumptious sprouts have been a Texture favorite for the past two Thanksgivings, and are sure to make an appearance in the years to come. Once you’ve trimmed and halved the sprouts, anyone from a football-watching spouse to a child with passable motor skills can separate the leaves. Time to delegate! Get the recipe.
Classic Cranberry Sauce from Food Network Magazine
What’s any Thanksgiving feast without a side of cranberries? We looked to Food Network Magazine for this delicious sauce and some riffs on the classic—Cranberry-Apple Chutney and Jalapeño Cranberry Sauce included. Get the recipes.
Cheddar-Chive Biscuits from Woman’s Day
Fluffy, savory, and cheesy, these biscuits were another second-time guest at the Texture Thanksgiving potluck. Even better, they can be made ahead of time and frozen for up to three months—all it takes is 10 minutes to reheat. Get the recipe.
Buttermilk Cardamom Pie from Better Homes and Gardens
Silky texture. A flurry of sweet spice. And one elegant update to the classic. This new take on pumpkin pie was a major hit at Texture! Get the recipe.
Every year, Texture staffer Corrie Keegan hosts a “Friendsgiving” before everyone heads out of town to their family celebrations. This year, she found great recipes—and last-minute saves!—in the app. Last weekend she fed 15…scratch that…17 hungry pals and roommates, cooking only dishes she found in Texture. Here’s what Corrie had to say about making Thanksgiving happen with a little help from her favorite food magazines:
With so many great features and articles in the app, Texture is a daily destination for me—but it was also the most helpful tool in my kitchen this past Sunday as I hosted my yearly Friends-Thanksgiving.
These past few weeks, I’ve had little time to properly plan a sit-down dinner for 15, so I’ve been sneaking in recipe planning on the go. While on the train to a wedding, I browsed the latest issues in the Thanksgiving Headquarters category for inspiration.
As I traveled to a friend’s engagement party, I used Search to find the heavily requested Classic Cranberry Sauce from last year’s November issue of Food Network Magazine.
There are dozens of mouth-watering recipes (Mexican Chocolate Pumpkin Pie, anyone?) and ideas saved in my Thanksgiving collection in My Library, and having my final recipes all in one place made food shopping and day-of prep a breeze. Texture played the role of Thanksgiving sous chef: It was so easy to flip through the recipes to write a grocery list, and my friends were able to pull up the same recipes in the app on their devices, so they could offer cooking assistance.
As with all major holidays, you can never plan for the unexpected—in my case, more guests than originally expected. This left a potential dessert shortage one day before go-time! But no reason to worry, as Saturday-morning browsing in the Thanksgiving Headquarters feed on my Highlights screen led me to Pierre Thiam’s Mango & Pumpkin Spice Cake, featured in “A Brooklyn Holiday with the Flavors Of Senegal” in the November 2015 issue of Saveur. It was easy to make and beautifully presented, with the perfect combination of Thanksgiving flavors. My guests thought it was the centerpiece of the meal all along—and now it’s saved in My Collections, so I won’t have to search for it next November.
Friends Thanksgiving is always hectic and always a little down-to-the-wire, but we pulled it off! Can’t wait for next year.
See more of Corrie’s favorite articles and recipes below. From your phone or tablet, click a link or image to open the article in the app. You can find thousands more recipes, kitchen hacks, decorating ideas and everything else you need for the holiday in Texture’s Thanksgiving Headquarters.
Spend the holiday with your loved ones, not the stove, by cooking ahead
Let’s face it—as wonderful as Thanksgiving is, it’s also a ton of work to prepare multiple dishes, most of which have to be on the table at the same moment. The chef is usually trapped in the kitchen while family and friends hang out together in the other room, which can be…unfulfilling.
With these yummy recipes and strategic planning tips, you can cook in advance and feel as relaxed as a guest at your own gathering. They’ve covered it all, from Parsnip-Potato Soup to Dry-Brined-and-Marinated-Smoked Turkey to Slow-Cooker Sweet Potatoes with Bacon, and so much more. You’ve got one week to get a head start. Fire up the oven, get thee to the cutting board, and get ready to spend next Thursday feeling grateful, not frazzled.
We’ll be posting a recipe (or group of recipes) here every day until November 26. Click on the photo or link on your phone or tablet to see this article in the app, and check back tomorrow for more!
Today we look at the part of the meal that may secretly be everyone’s favorite: the side dishes. Yes, turkey is amazing. Yes, stuffing is scrumptious. But the sides are where variety, family tradition, cultural nuances and creativity come in.
Tap the photo or link on your phone or tablet to go right to the article in the app, and remember to come back tomorrow for more! Every day until November 26, we’ll select one fantastic recipe (or set of recipes)—from new and archived issues of your favorite magazines—and link to it here.
For more divine dishes, plus loads of hosting tips, wine pairings, holiday cocktails and table decor ideas, check out our Thanksgiving Headquarters in the app. iOS users can find it in the Categories bar at the top of the Highlights screen. Not a subscriber yet? Click for your free trial.
Believe it or not, Thanksgiving is just days away. Wait—it’s okay! Breathe! Texture is here to help!
Whether you’re still in the early meal-planning stages or just fine-tuning the pie selection, you’ll find thousands of searchable holiday recipes in the app (type “sweet potato recipe” into the search bar, and you get 1,238 results!).
Every day until November 26, we’ll select one fantastic recipe—from new and archived issues of your favorite magazines—and link to it here. Today, we bring you the Ed McMahon/Andy Richter/Paul Shaffer of the holiday—the dish that never gets top billing, but that’s as crucial to the Thanksgiving experience as the turkey itself: the stuffing.
There’s no better place to start than with Bon Appétit‘s classic bread stuffing recipe. The magazine has created a handy matrix with the core recipe, plus a range of additions for freestyling based on your tastes (bacon or chorizo or both? maybe oysters? how about cranberries, hazelnuts and leeks for the vegetarians?). This dish is a classic for a reason: It’s no-fail, endlessly adaptable, fast and, most important, delicious.
For recipes, hosting tips, wine pairings, holiday cocktails, table decor ideas and so much more, check out our Thanksgiving Headquarters, which iOS users can find in the Categories bar at the top of the Highlights screen.
With Texture by your side, you’ll be shopping, chopping and feeling thankful in no time.
Once upon a time, we snipped Thanksgiving recipes from our favorite magazines and stashed them away, page by crinkled, food-stained page, until the next November.
Now there’s a better way. Texture Members, welcome to your Thanksgiving Headquarters. Read on for ways to discover the best turkey-day tips inside the app. Not yet a member? Claim your free trial.
Whether it’s the ultimate stuffing, the most divine pie, or the juiciest turkey (from classic to deep-fried and spicy), the best content from the finest food magazines is available in Texture. Here are four fun ways you can plan a stress-free and scrumptious holiday using the Texture app.
1)Explore our special Thanksgiving Headquarters. Tap Categories on the bottom navigation bar, then Thanksgiving Headquarters in the Category menu that appears across the top.
2) Use the Search bar to find any other Thanksgiving topic you’re seeking. You can harvest a bounty of recipes tested by experts (there are 1,290 results for “sweet potato recipe” alone!), handy how-tos, no-stress hosting tips, wine pairings, cocktail ideas and table décor DIYs.
3) Build your own Collections to organize and store your most beloved dishes right in the app, then simply tap to pull them up when you need them again. (To create personalized Collections, select My Library on the bottom navigation bar, then My Collections in the menu bar at the top, then New Collection.)
4) Tap to read. We’ve highlighted two of our Thanksgiving Collections below. Tap the article titles from your tablet or phone to read right away. Check back in the app daily to gobble up more great menu ideas, savvy cooking tips and easy ways to truly enjoy the holiday!
Pulling off a memorable Thanksgiving meal doesn’t mean you have to stick to the same traditions year after year. Get inspired by these four looks for your table, delicious celebrity chef recipes, and DIY ideas that every family will love.
Baskets’ natural materials bring a rich palette and subtle texture to any setting, and their familiar shapes have a rustic charm. So gather a few and use Martha Stewart Living‘s easy, inexpensive craft ideas to weave them into your holiday décor.
“I said, ‘I want to do what Jim Carrey’s doing.’ I was looking for something he didn’t want.” -Sandra Bullock, on finding the best roles
Some of today’s biggest, most bankable female actors are still faced with a simple fact: The most substantive leading roles are written for men. Their solution? Rewrite male characters as female characters, then play the heck out of them, bring in serious box office, and win lots of awards. Sandra Bullock talks to TIME about the ongoing fight for gender equality in Hollywood, and how the efforts of stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Geena Davis, Emily Blunt, Angelina Jolie and Charlize Theron will have a trickle-down effect for girls and women everywhere.
Speaking of flipping the script, GQ writer Zach Baron ‘fesses up to being the ultimate Groomzilla—and liking it. Baron’s fiancée couldn’t care less about flower arrangements and seating charts, but he cares…oh, how he cares. Read his hilarious, honest and long overdue admission, just one step in a long march toward a recalibration of gender roles in America…and also, finally, validation for women everywhere who have been forced to care about tablecloth colors.
Actress and DJ Ruby Rose made a splash on season three of Orange Is the New Black, but she had a real impact when she cohosted the MTV Europe Music Awards with Ed Sheeran this past weekend. As she took the stage to introduce Duran Duran, Rose—who has long identified as gender fluid—said, “Ladies and gentlemen and everyone in between…” This short, sweet and inclusive turn of phrase lit up the Twitterverse with praise. Unfortunately, when the show aired in the U.S. a few hours later, the moment had been edited out. MTV defended the decision, saying the show was simply “cut down for air in the U.S.” and the full version is available online. Read more about Rose—whose gender-morphing video, Break Free, has been viewed more than 13.5 million times—in Marie Claire.
Groucho Marx famously said he wouldn’t want to belong to any club that would accept him as a member. What would he have to say about the “exclusive” list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants? The New Yorker‘s Lauren Collins explores the history, influence, reputation and methods of the powerful list—which is partly sponsored by San Pellegrino—and its effect on chefs and venues across the globe. “If the wine industry has become Parkerized,” Collins writes, “then the restaurant world might be said to have been Pellegrinoed.”