If you prefer to have your stuffing baked separate from the turkey, offer to bring this multi-textured Thanksgiving stuffing casserole.
Bake it in a 13 x 9-inch baking dish and transport it to your holiday destination in a stylish Vonny Casserole Carrier (www.vonny.com).
If you have a short drive to your holiday destination, simply place baking dish in the casserole carrier and reheat in a 350 degree F oven. For long distance destinations, make casserole the day before, cool completely, and refrigerate. Place baking dish in the carrier and put it in a cooler. Reheat in a 350 degree F oven.
A tangy sweet vegetable side dish with eye catching appeal, this cabbage dish is also easy to make and take.
Transfer cabbage to a casserole dish or serving dish that is oven-safe. Cover with foil and place in a casserole carrier to transport. If making dish ahead, it will keep refrigerated for up to two days. Reheat, covered with foil, in a 350 degree F oven.
Not only does this Thanksgiving pie travel well, it offers a spicy zing that will make it a memorable holiday dessert. Bake and take to your holiday destination in a Tupperware Pie Keeper (www.tupperware.com).
Make pie up to two days ahead and keep refrigerated until ready to transport. Let pie come to room temperature to serve.
Cranberry sauce with port wine is a great side dish for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. You can make this sauce the night before and refrigerate in your serving dish. And, of course, you will have some port left over for your guests after dinner!
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