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One hundred delicious holiday recipes, tips, and ideas from America’s top magazines
Whether you’re hosting your first turkey dinner or you’re a time-tested pro, you’ll find new recipes and ideas in this collection from Good Housekeeping, Redbook, Country Living, and Woman’s Day that will make this year’s holiday meal super-delicious—and practically stress-free. Tips and illustrated how-tos will guide you every step of the way. There are ideas for easy ways to set a beautiful table, a guide to carving, and help for Turkey Day troubles (like what to do when guests are late). Plus you’ll find menus for the perfect meal, whether you’re serving four or twenty-four. Choose from more than a dozen recipes—both classic and exotic—including mouthwatering dishes such as:
·      Roast Turkey with Giblet Gravy·      Roast Turkey with Cocoa-Spice Rub·      Pomegranate-Lacquered Roast Turkey

Feast on all the delicious trimmings, too, with recipes including:
·      Savory Bread Stuffing with Pears·      Sour-Cream Smashed Potatoes·      Maple Sweet Potatoes with Pecans·      Ginger-Cranberry Sauce
Soups, salads, vegetable sides, and desserts (not just pumpkin pie!) round out the meal. Finally, there are great recipes to use to gobble up any leftovers. Make this year’s holiday gathering one you and your guests will never forget!
Published: Hearst Corporation an imprint of Open Road Integrated Media on
ISBN: 9781453288191
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