On newsstands now, Real Simple’s November issue features a 50-page guide to your best Thanksgiving yet. With tasty recipes and smart tips for planning ahead, your table will be deliciously composed come November 24th. As will you.
Real Simple’s complete Thanksgiving guide includes:
A Truly Make-Ahead Thanksgiving (page 226)
ThisThanksgiving dinner menu features crowd-pleasing recipes that you can prepare in advance, plus an easy-to-follow shopping list and timeline. The menu includesCider Glazed Turkey; Bourbon Gravy, Fig and Cranberry Compote;Sausage and Apple Stuffing; and more.
The Best Pre-feast Nibbles (Page 237)
Are your guests feeling peckish? Silence the squawking with these store-boughtparty appetizers and snacks. Real Simple’s favorites, from more than 150 sampled, include a nut mix, a Mediterranean spread, cheese straws, and more.
Wines and Dine (Page 241)
Wonder which bottle is best to serve with your feast? Simply followReal Simple’s grape-by-grape guide to red and white wine for six Thanksgiving-ready varieties.
Simple Sides (Page 245)
They only look fancy:Real Simple’s homemade bread, rolls, and biscuits are bake-ahead and delightfully foolproof. Plus, an easy-as-piechicken stock recipe and three creative cranberry sauce recipes.
10 Ideas for Mashed Potatoes (Page 260)
Just when you thought everyone’s favorite side dish couldn’t get any more tantalizing, it has. Ten times over. New takes on the old standardmashed potato recipe include Toasted Garlic and Smoked Paprika; Olives and Lemon; Bacon and Blue Cheese; and more.
Show-Stopping Desserts (Page 265)
Real Simpleshares four reasons to save room.Thanksgiving dessert recipes include: Sweet Potato Pie with Candied Nut Cream; Chocolate Pecan Tart; Bread Pudding with Fruit Compote;and Apple-Molasses Spice Cake.
PLUS: Thanksgiving Road-Trip Supplies – Whether Grandmother’s house is just over the river and through the woods or 500 miles away, Real Simple shares nifty gizmos and car-friendly diversions to help the ride go more smoothly. Enjoyexclusive savings forReal Simple readers. (Page 302)