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Does this pie crust require pre-baking?

Should I pre-bake this Cooks Illustrated Pie Dough for use with this Pumpkin Pie Recipe? [more inside]
posted by macrowave on Nov 21, 2012 - 9 answers

What dish from Hong Kong can we make to surprise my sister-in-law on Thanksgiving?

What dish from Hong Kong can we make to surprise my sister-in-law on Thanksgiving? [more inside]
posted by double block and bleed on Nov 18, 2012 - 13 answers

Eating and then eating and then eating some more on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving....appetizers? Is that a thing? Related: what time do you eat on Thanksgiving? [more inside]
posted by A Terrible Llama on Nov 17, 2012 - 47 answers

Thanksgiving II: The Recluckening

I need to make the best turkey you've ever tasted this Thanksgiving. My pride is at stake here, people. Help me! [more inside]
posted by showbiz_liz on Oct 19, 2012 - 46 answers

Gluten-free Thanksgiving.

Gluten-free Thanksgiving. My youngest sister was diagnosed with Celiac disease at the beginning of this year. She will be coming home for Thanksgiving and I'd like to make some gluten-free dishes for our family pot-luck style dinner. The interweb is chock-full of gluten-free recipes, but I don't know which ones are good and which are just meh. Please share your favorite gluten-free Thanksgiving-y recipes! [more inside]
posted by netsirk on Nov 21, 2011 - 29 answers

Cranberries from the Paleocene - Can I Eat Them?

I'm embarrassed to use up a question on this Can I Eat This-filter, but... So I have some bags of cranberries in the freezer... that have been there since last year. Can I use them in making cranberry sauce without courting death or intestinal discomfort?
posted by canine epigram on Nov 19, 2011 - 19 answers

Let's get corny

I'm participating in a Thanksgiving potluck this weekend. I've been assigned a corn based dish - possibly a casserole of some sort. I'm not a good cook, but can manage simple things. Does anyone have any favorite corn based recipes that are more involved than heating up frozen or canned veggies? [more inside]
posted by codacorolla on Nov 16, 2011 - 31 answers

Gourd Stiff

Here is a recipe for butterscotch. Here is a recipe for butterscotch pudding. Here is a recipe for squash pudding. MeFites, can you help me combine these concepts to create a recipe for Buttersquatch Pudding? [more inside]
posted by Lieber Frau on Oct 7, 2011 - 10 answers

Mashed yams and Tim Tams?

"American Thanksgiving" in Melbourne, Australia -- for a few Americans and a bunch of new Aussie friends who have never celebrated, but want to help with the cooking. How should I use the next few days to prepare? A few of the difficulties: I've never hosted Thanksgiving before, in ANY country. I'm not sure how to best coordinate the pot-luck aspect -- trying to shape a decent team-effort menu would be wise. I'm not even sure where the best place is to buy a turkey. Bonus points for menu suggestions that add Aussie flair to the American holiday (let's put kangaroo in SOMETHING), or that go over-the-top American (who says we can't have turkey AND bacon cheeseburgers?). [more inside]
posted by adamk on Nov 21, 2010 - 27 answers

Help me transport a pie on Thanksgiving!

A Portable Thanksgiving: Help me figure out how to transport a pie on an airplane! [more inside]
posted by unexpected on Nov 16, 2010 - 17 answers

thanksgiving minus turkey plus nyc

Will be in NYC for Thanksgiving: Will things be open? Anything cool going on? [more inside]
posted by mustcatchmooseandsquirrel on Nov 24, 2009 - 12 answers

Help me perform an expatriat culinary miracle.

How can I best approximate a real Thanksgiving turkey— with chicken, a gas burner, and toaster oven? What other kinds of traditional fare can I make, given the limited ingredients available where I live? Help me have a real Thanksgiving far from home! [more inside]
posted by bookish on Nov 24, 2009 - 21 answers

Great dish for a Thanksgiving potluck?

Help me think of something delicious to bring to a Thanksgiving potluck. [more inside]
posted by miskatonic on Nov 13, 2009 - 11 answers

help me use my cranberry sauce

What can I make using a can of jellied cranberry sauce that not only doesn't involve a turkey, but doesn't involve an oven or (most) cheese? [more inside]
posted by acidic on Nov 3, 2009 - 17 answers

What simple Indian dish should I bring to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner?

I'm making Thanksgiving dinner with my American friend for her German host family. We want to share a little of our American "Thanksgiving culture" with them. My family in Maine always gets Indian carryout. What to do? [more inside]
posted by comfortinsound on Nov 23, 2008 - 12 answers

Where to go on Thanksgiving Day?

Where in the San Francisco Bay Area can I be of service on Thanksgiving Day? [more inside]
posted by SoftSummerBreeze on Nov 11, 2008 - 7 answers

Okay, so "muddy water" may be a stretch.

Ultimate Thanksgiving music set: Help me find as many food-referential jazz, blues, jump-blues, swing, and generally dance-y songs as possible. [more inside]
posted by the luke parker fiasco on Nov 6, 2008 - 24 answers

glutton filter

How much weight could a healthy adult gain in one indulgent weekend of overeating?
posted by roger ackroyd on Feb 21, 2008 - 20 answers

Your best vegetarain Thanksgiving recipe, please

Tried and true vegetarian side dish recipes for Thanksgiving please! We will be hosting omnivores, vegetarians, and all-but-beef-eaters for Thanksgiving. I'm looking for things that have the greatest potential for enjoyment by all. Since Thanksgiving is tomorrow, I don't have time to try out the recipe. Also, I don't want random vegetarian side dishes--it must be Thanksgiving/fall themed. [more inside]
posted by jujube on Nov 21, 2007 - 43 answers

Looking for an awesome chocolate dessert!

Please recommend a delicious, decadent, primarily chocolate dessert that I can make for Thanksgiving. Some constraints inside. [more inside]
posted by peep on Nov 14, 2007 - 36 answers

Thanksgiving Recipes Revisited

It's almost that time of year again. Please share your favorite THANKSGIVING DESSERT AND SIDE DISH RECIPES. I am sick of making the same things every year. I have 15-20 guests, same group every year. [more inside]
posted by Lylo on Sep 23, 2007 - 33 answers

How can you have any meat if you haven't had your pudding?

I could have sworn that I read something by Jeffrey Steingarten in which he encourages his readers to cook a turkey roast made of turkey breast, herbs, and possibly other meats tied together with twine, instead of fussing with a full sized bird. It's not in The Man Who Ate Everything, however. Does anyone remember this? Or, could someone recommend an easy to make, impressive main dish for our Christmas dinner?
posted by craniac on Dec 8, 2006 - 13 answers

Help me Plan Thanksgiving Dinner.

[Thanksgiving Filter] Anyone have any great recipes for Thanksgiving? [more inside]
posted by unexpected on Nov 19, 2006 - 14 answers

What are the must-have Thanksgiving dishes?

We’ll be interstate with my family for Festivus, and so we thought we’d start a new tradition and hold Thanksgiving with my wife’s family as an almost-end-of-year get-together. (stuffing inside…) [more inside]
posted by obiwanwasabi on Nov 25, 2004 - 4 answers

What kind of dressing should I use on my turkey?

TurkeyFilter: Last night I tested this year's turkey recipe, and it was a failure. I usually make a maple syrup/butter/broth reduction and use that and cheesecloth to make a wonderful bird - 4 years running. This year, though, I have to make a kosher bird as the meal will be held at a kosher family member's residence. The olive oil-based recipe I tried left the skin dry and soggy at the same time - not an easy feat - and the bird was OK but not special. We've deep-fried before to great results, and I assume peanut oil is kosher; should I adjust for another type of non-butter fat (would margarine work? olive oil certainly didn't) or just bite the bullet and deep-fry?
posted by luriete on Nov 22, 2004 - 28 answers

Turkey

Somewhere I saw advertised a metal rod that you stick into the cavity of a turkey to conduct heat into the stuffing to eliminate the bird/stuffing safe temperature conflict. Google fails me. Anyone know about this? Does it work? Where can I get one before Thursday? [more inside]
posted by bondcliff on Nov 22, 2004 - 12 answers

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