Have a Question for Alex or Sunny About Thanksgiving?

by in Events, October 30th, 2012

Alex and Sunny Thanksgiving LiveLast week FN Dish readers had the chance to submit a question to Giada and Aarón for Thanksgiving Live!, a two-hour call-in show hosted by turkey master Alton Brown on Nov. 18 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. This week, it’s all about Alex Guarnaschelli and Sunny Anderson.

Before the live show starts at noon, Food Network will serve up a three-hour Thanksgiving Live webcast at FoodNetwork.com. Beginning at 11:30am ET, the site will stream a pre-show featuring celebrity chef interviews and behind-the-scenes footage of Alton and the cast preparing for the big day.

Do you have a question specifically for Alex or Sunny? Whether it’s about the way they set their table or a tip for the perfect stuffing, we’ll handpick a selection of your questions and ask them live during the pre-show. Leave your question in the comment section below, or submit it via Facebook and Twitter by using the hashtag: #ThanksgivingLive.

Don’t forget: You can still submit a question for Alton and Bobby, too.

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Comments (96)

  1. Michelle says:

    It's nearly here — Thanksgiving and the one thing I'm terrified of – creating a great non-alcoholic cocktail for my relatives that don't drink that doesn't taste like a glass full of sugar or something that even the dog wouldn't take. What are some great "go to" non-alcoholic cocktails that work with a thanksgiving dinner and don't make the people who are drinking them feel like the pariah's at the table?
    Thanks!
    Michelle from California

  2. Michelle D. says:

    I have always TRIED to make gravy out of the turey juices, with not so much luck. Can you please show me how to make a great tasting gravy with the basic nessities.

  3. Tecia says:

    Any suggestions on how to use an electric roaster to cook the perfect turkey?

  4. Pumpkin Spice says:

    Thank you for the tip! I've heard of blind baking a crust before but never tried it.

  5. Baked Pumpkin says:

    This was how the first pumpkin pie came about. The indigenous popluation cooked whole pumpkins over a fire and scooped out the center. The colonial population followed and used pumpkins, often cooking whole, in their recipes. What a great presentation this make! Best of luck!
    :)

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