Roasting turkey is a lot easier than people make it out to be. Just follow these steps, and you’ll end up with the perfect bird. [Read more…]
Start a batch of mashed potatoes in your crockpot, and let it do all the work for you. Here’s my recipe:
Free up some oven space and time by making your Thanksgiving stuffing in the crockpot. Here’s my recipe:
In charge of roasting the turkey for your family’s Thanksgiving dinner? Use my turkey thawing and roasting chart to determine how much thaw time and cook time you need to allow. If you print a copy, and tuck it in your cookbook, it’ll be there to help you year after year.
- How to Roast a Turkey
- Crockpot Stuffing
- Crockpot Mashed Potatoes
- Thanksgiving Dinner Checklist
- Pan Substitutions Chart
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Have a recipe that calls for a pan size you don’t have? No problem. Just use these charts to find other pans that you can use instead:
If the substituted pan is the same depth as the one called for in the recipe, you shouldn’t have to adjust the baking time. However, if the substituted pan depth is shallower, (a 1″ pan, instead of a 2″), you’ll need to shorten the baking time. If the substituted pan depth is deeper (a 2″ pan, instead of a 1″, you’ll need to increase the baking time.
It’s also worth noting that foods cooked in a glass pan may take 5-10 minutes longer than those cooked in a metal pan.