Whether you’re a seasoned chef or a beginner in the kitchen, our detailed recipes and video tutorials will ensure you can create the ultimate classic Thanksgiving feast no matter what your skill level. Our Thanksgiving recipes have been enjoyed by millions and we are here to help you have a successful holiday meal worthy of a restaurant.


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Turkey Tips

  • Buy the turkey a few days in advance so that it has time to thaw. Even the free-range fresh birds are flash-cooled and need some time to defrost before cooking.
  • Don’t overcook your bird! Use a meat thermometer to ensure accuracy and take the guesswork out of the equation.
  • Use a roaster to free up your oven for other items.

The Trimmings

Good Gravy

Smooth Gravy

Gradually add room-temperature broth to avoid lumps and ensure smooth, velvety gravy.

potato Possibilities

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Use Your Crockpot

Slow cookers make large meals so much easier. Food stays good in a slow cooker for up to 4 hours on the warm setting. You can use slow cooker-specific recipes for your sides even if your dish just gets done early! Just pop that sucker on warm and while you finish things up elsewhere in the kitchen. This works particularly well for potato dishes.

Sweet Potatoes and Yams

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Harvest Corn

Get creative!

Turkey doesn’t have to be the star of the show. Other classic options include ham, beef roasts like prime rib, and seafood.

Turkey Alternatives

Holiday Meal Appetizers

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Fool Proof Pie Crust Recipe

1 hr 30 mins

This Pie Crust is buttery, flaky, delicious, and totally fool proof thanks to a secret ingredient that allows you to roll and re-roll as many times as  you need to without losing  that perfectly flaky crust. 

Cream Pies

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Pro Tip

Bake your pies and rolls the day before. This will free up oven space the day of the big meal and ensure that your pies are fully set.

Fruit Pies

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Just Remember…

On a day full of gratitude make sure you remember the magic power that food has to unite people across cultures, break down barriers, and give us all something in common. Food brings people together! 

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