Pilgrims' Envy

Everything you need for a classic—or not-so-classic—Thanksgiving feast.
Collection by SugarBrown

Chef John's Easy Apple Pie

Rating: 4.5 stars 357
Not your traditional apple pie, this filling is caramelized apples held together with a very glossy, just-thick-enough apple syrup.

Chef John's Turkey Noodle Casserole

Rating: 4 stars 99
This delicious casserole is for leftover leftovers. I don't know about you, but after a few days of eating Thanksgiving leftovers, no matter how tasty they originally were, I want something that makes me forget there's even turkey in it. Since ingredients like garam masala, spicy cheese, and peppers aren't typically used in the meal, they work wonderfully here to disguise the last of a holiday bird.

Slow-Cooked Green Beans

Rating: 4.5 stars 302
Why take something that normally takes 5 minutes to cook and cook it for 2 hours? Because it produces one of the most delicious things you'll ever taste. There's going to be a lot of juice, and that's what you dip your corn bread into.

Maple Walnut Cranberry Sauce

Rating: 4.5 stars 45
This is the perfect thing to make and volunteer to bring to your family Thanksgiving gathering when you want to look like you made an effort! The maple syrup sweetens it perfectly and the walnuts make the texture so much more interesting.
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Chef John's Sweet Potato Casserole

Rating: 5 stars 177
Unlike many sweet potato casseroles, this one is not too sweet. It smells so amazing, with subtly sweet potatoes accentuated with maple syrup and a pistachio topping. It's a wonderful combination of taste and textures.