Breakfast, the experts maintain, is the most important meal, so it’s high time we stopped giving it the least amount of thought. Put down that cup of fruit yogurt, banish your shredded wheat to the back of the pantry, and instead, jump-start your day with one of these eight flavor-packed first meals from around the globe. (more…)

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It’s officially Thanksgiving crunch time. Deep breaths, no need to panic. We’ve got you covered with menus, planning tips, and shopping lists; taste tests of Thanksgiving supermarket staples; and plenty of features to peruse while the turkey’s in the oven. But most of all, what we’ve got in true over-the-top, Thanksgiving style are recipes. Turkeys smoked, roasted, and cooked sous-vide; side dishes of all stripes; dozens of pies, cookies and cakes.
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You Asked, We Answered: Thanksgiving Edition, Part 2

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November 25, 2014 // Uncategorized



When I first started taking and answering questions for Thanksgiving a few years ago, I figured at most there’d be a few dozen. We’re up to several hundred and counting, and every year we get more and more. This year’s batch has focused heavily on sous-vide cooking and vegan/vegetarian options, both subjects close to my heart!
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Leftover mashed sweet potatoes aren’t easy to reheat and serve without turning them too dry or worse, scorching them on the bottom of a pan. Instead of trying, use them as the base for moist, tender, and delicious pancakes for breakfast.
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The stories we tell about the foods traditionally heaped onto our Thanksgiving tables often start and end with visions of Plymouth Rock. But some of the first bites of the Thanksgiving feast can tell us quite a lot about the holiday’s history.
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Enter the Serious Eats Holiday Cook-Off on Medium

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November 25, 2014 // Uncategorized



The holiday season’s not just for going all gluttonous with the classics—it’s also for trying out something new, challenging, or even crazy ambitious in the kitchen and on your plate. No doubt you’ve seen our wall-to-wall holiday menu coverage, and that train’s not stopping till the new year. But we want you to join in and strut your own stuff, Serious Eats style.
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3 Delicious Recipes for Smoked Turkey Leftovers

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So, you made a smoked turkey. And it was pretty damn moist and aromatic, woodsy, meaty, and smoky-sweet. But now you’ve got leftovers that need a boost. Here are three great ways to use up your bird.
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DJ Pauly D will get stuck in your head, you’ll hate yourself, and then you’ll crave them. The beets. So many beets that your kitchen will look like a Dexter-level murder scene and even Olivia Benson will be like WHOA.

We all had our fill of beet salads a few years ago, so here are some options that feel fresh enough to help you get down with this. sick. beet. And prevent you from actually getting sick, as they’re packed with vitamin C, potassium, folate, and fiber. Even better, the underutilized beet greens are rich in iron, calcium, and B vitamins (a.k.a. the vitamins that celebrities inject to stay youthful … I see you Madge).
Photo and Beet-Horseradish-Dill Spread recipe from CHOW (more…)

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Leftover mashed potatoes reheated in the waffle iron make for awesome crisp edges and custom-designed gravy wells.
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Apple pie is THE pie of Thanksgiving. And we have both classic and totally gonzo versions for you.
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