Take Control of Thanksgiving Dinner
If you'd like your Thanksgiving preparations to go smoothly (and who wouldn't?), turn to experienced tech writer and foodie Joe Kissell for help. At least half the battle is a good plan, and Joe provides you with a customizable plan that gets you organized, helps you figure out what you need to buy, and prevents last-minute problems. Once the planning and shopping are done, follow Joe's detailed, tested recipes for Thanksgiving dinner: roast turkey with gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, candied sweet potatoes, and pumpkin pie.Thanks for a great guide I used it to successfully cook my first complete Thanksgiving, almost single-handed. While I can follow recipes, I am nowhere close to 'a cook'OCoyour guide gave me the confidence to take on this meal a OCoEd Ruder
Appendixes cover special cases from allergies to vegans, drawings guide you as you work with the turkey, and a special included Print Me file provides shopping lists and schedules, as well as versions of the recipes that you can tape up in the kitchen. Although these recipes scale easily for a few more people, they are meant for 8-12 people. The recipes use U.S. and metric units.
Read this ebook to learn the answers to questions such as: What type of turkey should I buy?Is there a fast way to make cranberry relish? What's the secret behind making perfect gravy?How do you deal with a raw turkey, and which end is the neck?I've been cooking Thanksgiving dinner for longer than I care to admit, and I never would have thought I'd pick up so many good tips Great book aaa OCoTrish Huffman"