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  1. This year, rather than being tethered to the kitchen, spend time with your friends and family at Thanksgiving. We've made it easy for you to be the "hostess with the mostess" and still cook a delicious feast; just follow our easy Thanksgiving recipes filled with make-ahead dishes and time saving tips.Click to download: Thanksgiving shopping list (PDF)
  2. Cost per serving: 43¢To roast the red peppers for this dip yourself, place peppers under the broiler and "sweat" them for 10 minutes in a paper bag.See recipe: Garlicky Roasted Red Pepper Dip
  3. Cost per serving: $1.85This light-tasting spinach salad gets its great fall flavor from oven roasted carrots and pecans, which can be made ahead to save time.See recipe: Spinach, Roasted Carrot and Radicchio Salad
  4. Cost per serving: $1.78We've taken the mystery out of roasting the perfectly moist and delicious bird with this easy-to-follow recipe. Not sure how big your turkey should be? Check out our "turkey expert" guide.See recipe: Thyme-Roasted Turkey with Cranberry Gravy
  5. Cost per serving: $1.79Traditional stuffing gets an Italian twist with the inclusion of fennel and sweet Italian sausage in this recipe. If you prefer something sweeter, try using cranberries and chestnuts instead.See recipe: Sausage-and-Fennel Stuffing
  6. Cost per serving: 53¢You can make this sauce up to a week ahead of time, just cover and refrigerate. For best results, cook the sauce slowly over low heat, and keep your eye on it. Because of the sugar and fruit, this sauce can burn easily if neglected.See recipe: Cranberry–Apple Cider Sauce 
  7. Cost per serving: $1.91Cook this grown-up take on sweet potato casserole in steps rather than all at once to give yourself a little breathing room.See recipe: Sweet Potato Casserole with Pears and MarshmallowsSee more sweet potato dishes here!
  8. Cost per serving: $1.12Frozen cranberry ice cubes are a pretty touch to this festive drink and can be made a week ahead. If you're short on time, just use regular ice cubes.See recipe: Cranberry Punch 
  9. Cost per serving: 76¢Don't stress if you can't find canned pumpkin for this cake, sweet potato puree is a great substitute. Use the same amount as you would pumpkin, and follow the rest of the recipe as written. Be sure to use 100 percent pure sweet potato puree, not candied yams, which make the cake too sweet.See recipe: Maple-Glazed Pumpkin Spice Cake 
  10. Create a dinner that only seems like a bit-to-do. We’ve pulled together our favorite holiday dinner recipes for an extra-special meal full of extraordinary (but easy-to-make) dishes. 
  11. Cost per serving: $2.39For many people, Christmas would not be Christmas without a turkey. This beautiful rendition uses the classic flavor combination of fresh rosemary, sage and thyme.See recipe: Herb-Roasted Turkey
  12. Cost per serving: $2.48This juicy roast is the essence of simplicity, with only five ingredients for the main dish and a savory sauce.See recipe: Eye of Round Roast with Pan Juices
  13. Cost per serving: $4.98Serving a smaller crowd? Try making this stuffed pork loin. It’s just as special roast beef and you’ll waste less.See recipe: Fig-Stuffed Pork Loin