There are a lot of us who are Thanksgiving veterans and who already have our traditions and recipes planned out for each year. But take a moment to think about all those Thanksgiving rookies out there that have no idea what they’re doing, and for lack of a better term, are probably running around like a turkey with their heads cut off. This little blurb is dedicated to all of you newbies out there who may be undertaking the cooking the Thanksgiving turkey for the first time this year and need some tips and tricks to get you through.
So what’s the best way to learn how to stuff a turkey or cook up a fancy casserole? Sure, you can call the Butterball turkey hotline, but you probably want a little more than just the basic info, and unfortunately there are hundreds of thousands of different recipes on the internet, and it can be downright difficult to pinpoint anything that you’re certain will be good. For this reason, it’s probably a good idea to turn your sights towards some famous, dedicated chefs, and get their opinions on what they cook for the Holiday season.
Luckily for you, Food Network has released an impressive collection of Thanksgiving-based episodes from a variety of Food Network chefs. The “Food Network Thanksgiving” collection features tons of tips, tricks, and recipes from big names like Alton Brown, Paula Deen, Ina Garten, and more. Topics range from stuffing a turkey, to cooking it, to making famous and traditional Thanksgiving fare. There is even an Iron Chef battle and a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving cake-decorating competition. All of this will really put you into the Thanksgiving spirit and can help you get an edge over your competition this year, if any relatives are bringing their own dishes.
You can grab this collection right now from the Apple App Store for only USD $14.99. This price includes the season pass and will get you immediate access to any other Thanksgiving-based shows that Food Network producers place into this collection. That’s a really low price to get some great tips for cooking a Thanksgiving turkey, as well as hours of highly entertaining Holiday content.
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