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Rotisserie Chicken Salad with Charred Scallion Dressing

Rotisserie Chicken Salad with Charred Scallion Dressing

NYT Cooking: This excellent vegan gravy features caramelized mushrooms and a little soy sauce for depth of flavor, making it good enough to serve to your meat-eating guests, too. Just be sure to use a good-quality vegetable stock, preferably one you’ve made yourself. You can simmer the gravy up to five days ahead and store it in the fridge. Reheat just before serving.

This excellent vegan gravy features caramelized mushrooms and a little soy sauce for depth of flavor.

Quick Thanksgiving Turkey with Lemon-Garlic Butter

Quick Thanksgiving Turkey with Lemon-Garlic Butter

Do THIS Once a Week To Look 10 Years Younger

Do THIS Once a Week To Look 10 Years Younger

You can make this tart ruby-red relish up to three days ahead of the feast.

The sweet, fragrant bite of ginger permeates this fresh cranberry sauce. A splash of sherry vinegar or red-wine vinegar contributes palate-refreshing acidity.

NYT Cooking: This version pays tribute to the classic green bean casserole but upgrades its components. The cream of mushroom soup is replaced with crème fraîche and sautéed mushrooms; bacon and Gruyère are added to the mix; fresh green beans stand in for frozen (though you could use frozen in a pinch); and bread crumbs swap in for the Ritz crackers.

This version pays tribute to the classic green bean casserole but upgrades its components. The cream of mushroom soup is replaced with crème fraîche and sautéed mushrooms. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for NYT)

Every Day Is Thanksgiving When You Have Stuffing Butter

Every Day Is Thanksgiving When You Have Stuffing Butter

The combination of walnuts, goat cheese, and dried cranberries in this crostini topping is the ideal mix of sweet, savory, and crunchy.

Tart goat cheese is the perfect counterpoint to crunchy, rich walnuts in this appetizer perfect for your next cocktail party.

NYT Cooking: This casserole may upset some mashed potato purists, but take heart: one bite and they'll be won over. The genius of this recipe, besides its utter deliciousness, is that it can be made the day before, or even two. Cook the potatoes, assemble the casserole, wrap tightly and store it in the refrigerator. When dinnertime comes, dust it with the cheese, butter and bread%2...

NYT Cooking: This casserole may upset some mashed potato purists, but take heart: one bite and they'll be won over. The genius of this recipe, besides its utter deliciousness, is that it can be made the day before, or even two. Cook the potatoes, assemble the casserole, wrap tightly and store it in the refrigerator. When dinnertime comes, dust it with the cheese, butter and bread%2...