SAVEUR magazine shows you how to cook a complete Thanksgiving Day meal with these Thanksgiving recipes. From turkey and gravy to stuffing to side dishes to dessert, you’ll find everything you need for a memorable Thanksgiving dinner.
Tamarind-Glazed Roast Turkey
The flavors of Senegal—sour tamarind, fiery scotch bonnets, and pungent fish sauce—add umami-rich depth to this unexpected Thanksgiving bird.
We’ve always been partial to traditional New England–style stuffing, particularly when it’s made with French bread, smoky cured pork, and oysters.
Mashed Yams with Lime and Honey
Creamy baked yams are mashed with butter, lime juice, and honey in this easy autumn dish developed by chef Mary Sue Milliken.
Ciabatta and Sausage Stuffing
Sour Cream Corn Bread
This simple Southern-style cornbread harkens to cookbook author Lee Bailey’s Louisiana upbringing and highlights his simple entertaining and cooking style. Bailey calls for baking the cornbread in a cast-iron skillet, but you can substitute a well-greased 9-inch metal baking pan. Get the recipe for Sour Cream Corn Bread »
Assistant Web Editor As a lifelong fan of anything baked with pumpkin puree, I’ve been making a similar version of this cheesecake for years. But when I tried this recipe, my pumpkin-cheesecake dreams were forever answered, and I know I’ll serve this one at every Thanksgiving to come. The crunchy hazelnut and gingersnap crust (for which gluten-free gingersnaps worked just as well) lends an unexpected satisfying crunch to the creamy filling, whose richness is heightened by a generous dose of maple syrup. See the recipe for Pumpkin Cheesecake with Gingersnap and Hazelnut Crust »