TURKEY DAY TIPS & GUIDELINES
Waddle you be doing this Thanksgiving? Is your brain already stuffed from the pressure of having to come up with new recipes and ideas, and you can’t tell the gizzard from the giblets, then you’ve clucked on over to the right place.
Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of food holidays, with a plethora of side dishes and a challenging bird to cook, and with two weeks to go until the main event, now is the perfect time to get your plans in place and prepare for the feast. It’s not hard to cook a turkey, but there are a few basic rules to follow in order to avoid some classic Turkey Day pitfalls.
Today we’re sharing Tony’s Top Ten Turkey Tips (T to the 5th) to help you get through Turkey Day with style. We’re also posting Turkey Thawing Guidelines, and Thanksgiving Wine Pairings, and below you can find a list of some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes – we will be featuring several of these recipes on the blog throughout the season, so be sure to stop by again.
Good Housekeeping also has a terrific chart called “How Much Do I Need?” to help you figure out serving sizes for various Thanksgiving dishes.
Before you get into the details, take a minute to let us know…How Do YOU Gobble?WHITE or DARK meat? Vote for your favorite in our poll located on the right side of the home page!
Sarello’s Whipped Potatoes
Green Beans Nasello
Comforting Mac n’ Cheese
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Shallots
Apple Cheddar Bread Pudding
Fall Vegetable Casserole
Roasted Red Peppers
Pomegranate Butter Sauce