Home To help get you ready for Thanksgiving, the TODAY's Take anchors are sharing some of their favorite dishes, along with the recipes, so you can make them for your guests. Willie Geist and Tamron Hall
We'll always love a good kale salad—here are some really great ones. We know, we know: kale salad is like, so last year. But we just can't seem to quit it. And why should we? A kale salad is healthy, to
[Photograph: Morgan Eisenberg, Vicky Wasik, Niki Achitoff-Gray, Lauren Rothman] Squash is an iconic feature of the fall kitchen—your local grocery store is probably overflowing right now with fat pumpkins,
A good roast chicken is one of the most important recipes you can master—here are some of our favorite versions of the classic. Is there anything better than a roasted chicken? It's doubtful. One of the
Vegetable SoupAlex LauThe pasta will continue to absorb the broth as it sits, so use a small noodle like ditalini, stars, or alphabet shapes in this vegetable soup recipe.Vegetable SoupThe pasta will to
When you put spinach and artichoke dip between bread, beautiful things happen How most men make a grilled cheese sandwich: Slap a few slices of cheese on buttered bread and flip the sandwich in a hot How
Find out why spatchcocking your turkey—that is, cutting out the backbone and flattening it out before roasting—is the fastest, easiest route to a juicy Thanksgiving bird. [Photographs: J. Kenji López-Alt.
Here at Food52, we love recipes -- but do we always use them? Of course not. Because once you realize you don't always need a recipe, you'll make your favorite dishes a lot more often. Today: Everyone