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Don’t Forget the Chocolate — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

by in Holidays, November 15th, 2011

dark chocolate cheesecake
Thanksgiving is all about pumpkin, apple and pecan pies, but make sure there’s something for chocolate lovers, too.

Try making: Deepest, Darkest Chocolate Cheesecake

Browse more of Food Network’s Thanksgiving recipes and tips.

Chatting With the Latest Next Iron Chef: Super Chef Exile

by in Shows, November 14th, 2011

chuck hughes beau macmillian
The fourth season of The Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs is in full swing, with 10 new chefs fighting it out for a grand prize that so many would-be chefs covet: joining the ranks of Iron Chefs Marc Forgione, Bobby Flay, Masaharu Morimoto, Cat Cora, Jose Garces and Michael Symon. Each chef will try to pull out all their tricks to stay in the competition but, ultimately, one chef must go home each week. Every Monday, FN Dish brings you exclusive exit interviews with the latest Super Chef to get the boot.

Find out who was sent home »

Make Room in Your Cabinets — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

by in Holidays, November 14th, 2011

generic bakers pantry items
Shop for non-perishable goods now. You can buy flour, sugar, brown sugar, corn syrup, canned pumpkin, rice and cranberries, all before the crowds descend. Wait until the day before Thanksgiving to buy fresh vegetables, seafood and bread.

Let the Thanksgiving Countdown Begin — 2 Week Checklist

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Don’t Give In to Stress — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

by in Holidays, November 13th, 2011

ted allen
Whether it’s your first Thanksgiving or your 15th, making a meal this big can be stressful. Keep your cool with Ted Allen’s top tips for a freak-out-free holiday.

Make This the Smoothest Holiday Ever

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Wine Will Keep Well; Buy It Early — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

by in Holidays, November 12th, 2011

wine for thanksgiving
Should you drink red or white with turkey? Don’t fret if you’re new to wine, there’s no wrong answer, but we’ve got some picks to get you started.

10 Ways to Be the Wine Hero of Thanksgiving

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Make and Freeze Pie Dough — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

by in Holidays, November 11th, 2011

rolling out pie crust
If you’re using homemade pie crusts, make the dough now and freeze it in freezer bags. Defrost the dough and bake your pies the day before Thanksgiving.

Start making your Thanksgiving desserts with the help of these video tutorials.

Browse more of Food Network’s Thanksgiving recipes and tips.

It’s National Vanilla Cupcake Day

by in Holidays, November 10th, 2011

vanilla bunny cupcakes
Move over chocolate, today is all about vanilla — vanilla cupcakes to be more specific. National Vanilla Cupcake Day may just be another food holiday, but we’ll take any excuse to start the day off with a vanilla cupcake smothered in frosting.

Sure, you could visit your neighborhood bakery to celebrate this sweet treat, but take the extra minute to get out the mixing bowls at home and try Giada’s five-star Vanilla Cupcake recipe.

Looking to keep the kids busy for the afternoon? Try making Food Network Kitchens Vanilla Cupcakes With Bunny Faces (pictured above).

 

Drinks for All — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

by in Holidays, November 10th, 2011

virgin pomegranate and cranberry belinis
Plan on each guest drinking three drinks, and be sure to provide both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverage choices. To spike this family-friendly cocktail, substitute champagne for the sparkling water.

Get the recipe: Non-Alcoholic Pomegranate Bellinis

Browse more of Food Network’s Thanksgiving recipes and tips.

Load Your Freezer With Baked Goods — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

by in Holidays, November 9th, 2011

cranberry orange quickbread
Quick breads freeze well; just wrap tightly in foil or freezer-wrap and freeze for up to three months. To thaw, let stand, wrapped, at room temperature for about 1½ hours. Serve on Thanksgiving, or the next morning for breakfast.

Try making: Anne’s Cranberry Orange Quickbread (pictured above)

Browse more of Food Network’s Thanksgiving recipes and tips.

Make-Ahead Pumpkin Puree — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

by in Holidays, How-to, November 8th, 2011

pumpkin pie
Try roasting a few pumpkins, then freezing the puree — that’s what Alton does. You can thaw it to make pie just before Thanksgiving, and the rest will store up to 6 months in the freezer.

Try making: Michele Albano’s Maple Pumpkin Pie With Pecan Streusel

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