Celebrate the Thanksgiving feast this year by using a smoker, and expand your cooking options beyond your kitchen. When the stovetop and oven are filled to the max, it’s good to know you can rely on an outdoor smoker for cooking, plus it adds that mouthwatering smoky flavor to your dishes.
Surround your centerpiece with dishes prepared in the smoker. Here are our favorites:
No matter where you live, you can welcome fall with harvest decor in your outdoor space, including on your balcony.
Check out these quick and easy ideas for small space harvest decor. Each idea takes 10 minutes or less to put together.
Bring the bounty of the harvest to the table this Thanksgiving when you make pies with sweet potatoes, pumpkin and apples. Begin with fresh produce from the farmer’s market or fruits and vegetables from your own garden.
Sweet potatoes, for example, are easy to grow and thrive in summer heat. Harvest the tubers when the vines begin to turn yellow. Sweet potatoes are not very sweet until they’ve been cured for about ten days in a sunny, dry location. Savor your homegrown sweet potatoes in this rich pie.
Fill your table with the colors and textures of the season when you entertain this fall. Autumn’s palette of oranges, reds and yellows with touches of green can enhance your indoor spaces.
In the Garden Center, look for blooms in your color palette, like marigolds and mums. Pop the flowers right in their plastic planters into terra cotta pots for a rustic, garden fresh display on a buffet or side table.
When the weather cools and the pumpkins replace the pool floats, it's time to send summer style off and welcome all things fall. This also applies to your home's indoor decor. From switching out summer scents for autumn-inspired aromas, to updating pillows and throws, this guide will give you a few tips for how to transition your home decor from summer to fall.
Ashley Brooke of Ashley Brooke Designs loves hosting her friends and family any time of year, but especially over the holidays! Ashley was able to take advantage of a few Home Depot products by showing how to decorate for a wonderful entertaining Friendsgiving.
With the help of The Home Depot, Sandy Coughlin of Reluctant Entertainer created a new, festive dining space in her home for Friendsgiving dinner this year.
Ashley Basnight of Handmade Haven shares decorating tips on how to turn your table into a festive setting for Friendsgiving. Your family and friends will be so impressed with the transformation, see how she completed her project below!
Everyone knows prepping for the holidays can be a lot of fun. Destiny Alfonso of Just Destiny Mag was able to take advantage of a few Home Depot products by showing how to create a wonderful and entertaining Friendsgiving.
When you can't host your typical Friendsgiving celebration, don’t skip the party altogether – just take it online.
This guide will teach you how to host a virtual Friendsgiving get-together with a balance of sentimental and practical touches. From handwritten invitations to a pre-dinner toast, it’s the perfect way to celebrate all the people you’re thankful for this year.
Make way for the change of seasons and prep your entryway and outdoor space with warm, earthy colors for fall curb appeal that’s sure to please.
Whether it’s a quick switch of the doormat, a new door wreath, a place to lounge or mums and pansies in pots and planters, these ideas will welcome fall — and your guests.
If you're hosting this holiday, there are plenty of ways to showcase the bounty of the season. Decorating your home for Thanksgiving entertaining can be more than just hanging a decorative wreath on the door. From a welcoming entrance to cozy spots to sit, surround your guests with the natural beauty of pumpkins, fall foliage and all the season has to offer.
Welcome guests to your front porch with layers of harvest style. Colorful pumpkins and mums, scarecrows and Jack-o’-lanterns will accentuate your porch, patio or balcony and set the stage for fall entertaining.
By creating layers of decoration, you can segue successfully from the hazy days of late summer to the candy corn fun of Halloween and the cozy gatherings at Thanksgiving.