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Food presents “The Tipline,” a video series giving you tips, tricks, and hacks to get you through the holiday season and weeknight dinners alike. THIS WEEK: our must-have tips and tricks you can rely on to smooth out the biggest Thanksgiving wrinkles.
IF you love cranberries thisi is for you! TT Drinks Editor Jim Meehan riffs on the traditional Boilermaker with his Cranberry "Sauce" cocktail, a more mature version that pairs perfectly with Thanksgiving football.
Speculoos cookies, represented here in their ground, “butter” form, add a spicy complexity to pumpkin purée for a new spin on the classic fall dessert. The dense, moist cake is topped with a light and fluffy meringue that cuts the richness.
Creamed Arrow Leaf Spinach. Photo: Bouchon Creamed Arrow Leaf Spinach .5 pound butter 4 ounces onion, minced 1 ½ teaspoon orange zest, grated 1 ½ tablespoon salt 4 ½ pounds baby spinach In the 8-quart pot over medium heat, melt the butter with the minced onion and orange zest. Season with the salt. Cook
Glistening skin and juicy meat come easily to a spatchcocked turkey. All you do is cut out the backbone, press the turkey to flatten, and brush with a mix of olive oil, salt, and pepper. Turkey in one hour?
Sausage Stuffing Recipe from Thomas Keller’s Ad Hoc