Thanksgiving Live! may be over, but there’s more turkey talk on our Google+ Hangout. The conversation continues with Alton, Bobby, Giada and Ina, who are joined by Jeff Mauro, Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee and Marcela Valladolid. Post your questions on Google+ and watch the Hangout below.
Thanksgiving wouldn’t be complete without lots and lots of food. So while Alton, Bobby, Giada and Ina are answering your turkey day questions on Thanksgiving Live!, they’re also whipping up some great holiday recipes. Don’t worry if you missed an ingredient or a direction, we have all the recipes available right here on FN Dish. You’ll find everything from the show including Alton’s centerpiece Thanksgiving Live Roast Turkey, Bobby’s Roasted Shrimp in Cazuela, Ina’s Kir Royale and Giada’s Apple Crostata.
Keep watching Thanksgiving Live! and stay for the Google+ Hangout directly afterward for some great ideas on using up leftovers and more turkey talk from our Food Network stars.
Thanksgiving Live! is finally here. Tune in today at 12pm EST to watch Alton, Bobby, Giada and Ina cook up their Thanksgiving favorites, all while answering your questions about cooking and serving turkey dinner. Use the hashtag #ThanksgivingLive on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Google+ to ask away. Your questions may be answered on live television. Here’s a rundown of what to look forward to:
Lots and lots of recipes: If you’re looking for the dishes cooked on today’s show, stop by a little later and we’ll have them posted right here.
Behind the scenes snapshots: During the show we’ll also be posting behind-the-scenes photos of what goes on in the kitchen during taping and all the fun that happens during commercial breaks.
The after show: Even though Thanksgiving Live ends at 2pm, that doesn’t mean the turkey talk is over. The conversation continues in our Google+ Hangout. Alton, Bobby, Giada and Ina will be joined by Jeff Mauro, Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee and Marcela Valladolid; the cast of Food Network’s new show The Kitchen @ Food Network, to talk about turkey leftovers and post-holiday eating. Watch here at 2 pm and ask more of your questions on Google+.
Don’t forget to check out Food Network’s Thanksgiving Central for recipes, menus and entertaining ideas.
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In my family, having a salad on the Thanksgiving table is a controversial issue. My mother, an avowed vegetable enthusiast, lobbies for it every year. My dad is firmly attached to tradition and so had long been entirely opposed to the presence of raw greenery.
He thinks that the menu should remain unchanged and the side dishes should be limited to stuffing, mashed potatoes, pureed winter squash, buttered green beans and a quivering log of canned cranberry jelly. The issue is made harder by the fact that he is the designated holiday cook in our household and so much of the prep falls to him.
In recent years, my mom and I have had some success in convincing my dad of the merits of a hearty autumnal salad as an addition (not a replacement) to the holiday table. He has reluctantly conceded, provided we select a salad that maintains a sense of seasonal integrity.
And so, during the last few years, I’ve dreamed up an array of salads and relish-like concoctions that satisfy a hunger for raw, crunchy things. For this year’s salad, I have my sights set on Tyler Florence’s recipe for Winter Slaw.
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