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Over the years I’ve shared my Thanksgiving timeline and it’s been insanely helpful – especially to me! This year looks different for everyone, but since we’re still having our parents over, I’m making a full spread

It’s our best CLASSICS! I don’t change a ton in terms of dishes I’ll be serving, and now that I have kids, it helps me SO much to be able to plan and organize in advance. It allows me to enjoy the day so much. Because I love cooking a giant spread for everyone! I’m sharing my full menu below! And then, my crazy timeline starting from four weeks out. My 2020 Thanksgiving Menu Pomegranate Jeweled Cheeseball  Citrus Butter Sage Roasted Turkey Turkey Stock Buttery Herb Stuffing  How Sweet Eats House Mashed Potatoes The Best Gravy Ever Pomegranate Greens Salad Corn Pudding Souffle Vanilla Bourbon Cranberry Sauce Lightened Up Sweet Potato Casserole Green Bean Casserole Parker House Rolls Pumpkin Dream...

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This French Onion Chicken Skillet is a delicious weeknight dinner that is a play on French onion soup and packed with protein, making it a full meal

This will become one of your favorite chicken skillet recipes! Jump to Recipe What is French onion chicken? If you know what French onion soup tastes like, you're on the right path to know what French onion chicken is. This easy skillet dinner starts with juicy boneless, skinless chicken breasts. The chicken, smothered in cheese, sits in a buttery bath of caramelized onions and rich gravy. This one-pan meal prep chicken is pure and simple comfort food that's still fairly healthy – BONUS! How to make French onion chicken (step by step) Skillet French onion chicken is incredibly quick to make, cooking up in just 30 minutes, making a family weeknight dinner that everyone loves! Slice chicken in half lengthwise if...

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This cozy vegetable soup recipe features freekah, a whole grain that adds a chewy texture and a wisp of smoky flavor

It’s like a healthy spin on canned noodle soup! Ready for a seriously cozy soup that’s full of bold flavor? This Israeli soup recipe from the new cookbook Sababa features freekah, ancient grain that’s starting to have a moment here in the US. This soup feels like an elevated take on the chicken and stars canned soup of my childhood, but 100% tastier and healthier. Says author Adeena, the freekah adds body and “just a wisp of smoky flavor, as though a blown-out match had passed through each spoonful for a second.” If that’s not a reason to try this out, we’re not sure what is! This recipe comes from Adeena Sussman, author of the new cookbook Sababa: Fresh, Sunny...

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