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Leah Goggins

Leah Goggins is a digital fellow for EatingWell. Based in Birmingham, Alabama, she is a devotee of old movies, farmers' markets and Ina Garten's tomato sandwich with basil mayo recipe. Leah has a degree in news media and English from The University of Alabama.

From simmering soups to sheet-pan roasts, these healthy, flavorful chicken dinners are undeniably tasty.
From savory stuffing to tangy cranberry sauce, the Thanksgiving flavors we love are so cozy and delicious—why only enjoy them once a year?
Each of these desserts takes just 20 minutes of active time or less in the kitchen, so you can kick back and let your oven or freezer do the hard work.
These crowd-pleasing meals offer a little bit of everything: veggie-packed bowls, easy pasta dishes, simple burgers and even slow-simmered stews.
These dinners pack a punch of anti-inflammatory power thanks to ingredients like dark leafy greens, beets, cauliflower and more.
From fruity flourless pancakes to veggie-packed egg dishes, these breakfasts are tasty and satisfying, so you can be ready to face the day ahead.
Recipes like our Roasted Honeynut Squash and Garlic-Parmesan Melting Potatoes will add a little extra deliciousness to the Friendsgiving table this year.
These dinners are sure to satisfy your cravings for the burger joint down the block or the Italian restaurant across town.
These quick, one-pan dinners come together so fast, you'll hardly believe it.
As the air cools and foliage turns, we're making these deliciously hearty stews for a cozy dinner.
Whether you're hosting the Thanksgiving potluck or just showing up to a Friendsgiving gathering, these large-batch cocktails will impress your friends.
Each recipe features nutrient-packed ingredients like dark leafy greens, fish and whole grains, which can help you reduce inflammation.
From savory, satisfying main dishes to cozy sides and fall-flavored desserts, these recipes will make perfect additions to your holiday lineup.
Get ready to dig into these tasty bites that are so perfect for fall, you'll want to enjoy them as an evening main.
Trust us, it's easy to see why recipes like our Apple-Pie Bread and Cinnamon-Sugar Dusted Apple Cider Donuts keep folks coming back for more.
Each meal requires 20 minutes of active time or less, so you can kick back, relax and let the slow cooker go to work.
You can prep these dishes hours or *days* ahead, so you can spend the holiday focusing on the folks you love.
It's time to actually enjoy Thanksgiving—not spend it stressing over the turkey.
From citrusy stovetop chicken thighs to a veggie-packed potpie, these dinners are delicious and nutritious.