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A Twist on Classic Roasted Vegetables

Brussels sprouts are roasted to a crisp deep brown in the oven and tossed with thick-cut bacon in a sweet and tangy dressing of olive oil, red wine vinegar, honey, garlic and jalapeño.

Get the recipe: Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

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The Only Turkey Recipe You'll Need This Thanksgiving

There are about a million ways to cook your bird, but Oprah's tried-and-true recipe is one to try this year. Start by making a brine of vibrant herbs and add the turkey, allowing it to soak up a depth of flavors. Roast the turkey in the oven and serve juicy and golden.

Get the recipe: Brined Herb-Roasted Turkey

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Cranberry Sauce's Classy Cousin

With a mustard base and fruity notes from cranberries, Gala apples, apple cider vinegar and raisins, this Mostarda recipe will be the perfect shoo-in for that been-there-done-that jarred cranberry sauce. Serve atop your turkey and in one bite experience all the flavors you didn't even know you were missing at the table.

Get the recipe: Cranberry-Quince Mostarda

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A Potatoes Au Gratin All Dressed Up

Dressy enough to impress even your most worldly family members but cozy enough to satisfy your picky two-year-old, this truffled potatoes au gratin recipe incorporates the comfort of Gouda with refined ingredients like white truffle flour.

Get the recipe: Truffled Potatoes Au Gratin Recipe

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A Leaner Take on Stuffing

Kick your stuffing up a notch this year by adding in turkey sausage and Granny Smith apples, guaranteed to switch up the menu from your old-fashioned recipe. Be sure to let the bread stand overnight, and consider serving without actually stuffing the bird.

Get the recipe: Cornbread Dressing with Turkey Sausage and Apples