Thanksgiving Recipes and Leftovers
Easy recipes for leftover turkey, how to store your leftovers, and how long your cranberries will really last.
11 Trusty Tools for Thanksgiving Dinner
Real Simple’s food editors share their go-to equipment for holiday cooking.
12 Favorite Easy-to-Find Thanksgiving Wines
The mission: to find the greatest Thanksgiving wines among the country's most popular brands. The outcome: Of more than 100 bottles tested, these 12 delicious vintages inspired the most cheers.
The Best Pie, Casserole, and Cake Carriers for Thanksgiving
Over the river and through the woods...and your Thanksgiving recipes will remain deliciously intact, thanks to these clever carriers (the best of 144 tested).
You may think you have the technique down cold, but keeping the refrigerator clean requires more than a box of baking soda. Think of this checklist as a refresher course.
- Remove food. Store the frozen items in coolers. Refrigerated, perishable foods generally won’t spoil during the cleaning process if left at room temperature for under 2 hours.
- Clean crispers and ice-maker bins. Place in warm water with dish soap and scrub. Empty ice maker (ice can absorb odors).
- Clean doors, shelves, and walls. Vacuum food crumbs. Wipe with a solution of two tablespoons baking soda and one quart warm water.