These 5 Double-Duty Tips Will Make Thanksgiving a Lot Easier
Rach and John's Dermatologist Shares Skincare Recs For Men
Unforgettable Gifts For Foodies (One Makes John Do a Happy Dance)
How to Make Stuffed Savoy Cabbage | Rachael Ray
How to Make a Lambrusco Negroni | John Cusimano
French Onion Soup + Actress Ellie Kemper Dishes On "The Great A…
Whoopi Goldberg Brings Holiday Cheer (and Laughs!) + Katie Lee S…
Rach's Winter Brunch Go-To + a Cheesy Twist on Latkes for Hanukk…
Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies
Brooke Shields on the Unusual Gift She Brings Her Stepmom For th…
New Deals For Holiday Gifts! Smart Watch + More—Between 40% and …
Holiday Food Shopping Tricks That Could Save You Hundreds
How to Make Roasted Cherry Tomato Soup and Bacon Croutons | Rach…
"ABC News" Meteorologist Ginger Zee + Rachael's Stuffed Cabbage
DIY Balloon Mosaic For the Holidays With Letter + Number Molds
DIY Bow Napkins For Your Holiday Table
How to Make Toad-in-the-Hole Pasties
Step-by-Step Tutorial: Wrap Your Table Like a Christmas Gift
How to Make a Baked Brie Wreath with Sweet and Spicy Pesto
How to Make Spicy, Sweet & Sour Egg Rolls and Hoisin-Peanut Dipp…
Learn how to repurpose everyday items you probably already have to make this Thanksgiving go off without a hitch.
Make Turkey Baster Pancakes
Brittany from Bowling Green, Kentucky shows you another use for that turkey baster you might only use once per year – repurpose it to make perfectly portioned pancakes!
The Easy Way to Slice Your Strawberries
If you need to slice a bunch of strawberries for a recipe but want to save time, Jessica from Glenview, Illinois has the perfect solution – use a hard-boiled egg slicer!
Turn Sugar Cubes Into Sugar
If you find yourself out of granulated sugar but you need some for a recipe, Kemperlyn from Columbia, SC has a quick fix. If you happen to have sugar cubes in the house, just use a garlic press to mash them back into granulated form.
Turn Apples Into Tealight Holders
For a fresh and festive table setting idea, check out Kathleen’s tip. Just cut a circle out of the top of an apple, and plunk in a battery-powered tealight. Instant autumn ambience!
Use Walnut Shells to Serve Salt and Pepper
If you want your guests to feel truly special, try this tip. Kathleen uses halved walnut shells as little cups to serve individual portions of salt and pepper to each guest.