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These Thanksgiving Potluck Recipes Will Get You Invited to Every Holiday Party

Big batch cooking at its finest.

discovered 6 months ago on MSN News

The best turkey delivery and meal kit services to make Thanksgiving a snap

If you committed to cooking Thanksgiving dinner, we commend you. Not to frighten you, but depending...

discovered 6 months ago on CNET

10 Hotels Serving An Unforgettable Thanksgiving

From ice skating and turkey trots to multicourse meals and bountiful buffets, these Forbes Travel Guide-approved hotels are serving up all the fixings to...

discovered 6 months ago on Forbes

9 Sheet Pan Turkey Recipes, Because Thanksgiving Doesn't Have To Be Hard

Cooking a Thanksgiving turkey can be intimidating, not to mention time consuming. If instead of...

discovered 6 months ago on Romper

5 Birds You Should Eat Instead Of Turkey This Thanksgiving

If you’re tired of finding new, inventive ways to make the same old Thanksgiving turkey taste...

discovered 6 months ago on The Huffington Post

The most common fails Americans make on Thanksgiving

The survey, conducted by OnePoll...from spilling a dish to running out of wine, juggling the timing of the day was the biggest battle: Not getting any of...

discovered 6 months ago on New York Post

You Should Cook Turkey Breast This Year, Not the Whole Bird. Let Us Explain.

Instead of wrestling a massive 25-pound bird into your oven, we propose that you roast a turkey...

discovered 6 months ago on PureWow via Yahoo News

5 Turkey Cooking Tips Will Guarantee You Have the Perfect Bird This Holidays

The first rule of thumb when it comes to cooking a turkey: You'll need about a half-pound of turkey...

discovered 6 months ago on Woman's Day via Yahoo News




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