How to Wet Brine Your Thanksgiving Turkey

Brining a Turkey for Thanksgving locks in those juices | Foodal.com

Do you look forward to moist meat year after year, only to find that your Thanksgiving turkey is dry and disappointing? Try brining! We share our tips for making a concoction of salt, sugar, spices, and water to seal the moisture into your bird, with delicious roasted results. Read more on Foodal now.

Tips to Minimize Dish Cleaning During the Holidays

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Dinner is over, and your guests leave the table with smiles on their faces. But who’s going to deal with the dishes after they leave? Check out our tips for cutting down on the mountains of plates, silverware, and cookware that pile up during the holidays, and share dish duty to cut your time spent scrubbing in half.

An Exceptional Kabocha Squash Custard (Gluten Free)

A ramekin bowl full of Kabocha squash custard on a dark wooden background.

If you’ve never had Kabocha (Japanese) squash, you are in for a treat. And to spice it up a bit more and to make it more palatable to family members who claim to not like squash, we’ve developed this super tasty custard recipe. You and your whole family will love it. Try it now!