**Scroll down for dozens of great Thanksgiving recipes & tips for turkey, stuffing, cranberries, side dishes, desserts, beer, wine, cocktails and more!**
We've been running a cornucopia of great Thanksgiving recipes & tips on HuffPost Food for a few weeks now -- from the best chefs and food personalities, like Martha Stewart, Alton Brown, Thomas Keller and more, to our own HuffPost Food contributors. Bringing them all together, at last, is this Thanksgiving Recipes & Dinner Menu Megaguide To Total Thanksgiving Domination.
Flip through the slideshow below to see all of our Thanksgiving recipes & tips features on everything from picking the best beer, wine and cocktails for your Thanksgiving feast to, of course, the best recipes for turkey, stuffing, side dishes, desserts, and anything else you'd like to be cooking up.
Or, use this Table of Contents below to immediately jump to all of our thanksgiving recipes and tips in every category of Thanksgiving essentials.
Happy Thanksgiving, Bon Appétit, and Happy Cooking! -- HuffPost Food
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Thanksgiving Recipes & Dinner Menu Megaguide Table of Contents
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"Thanksgiving is the clusterf*ck of wine holidays," Adam Morganstern wrote on HuffPost Food, but it does make a good opportunity to try new types and pairings. For some ideas, check out these features:
I do not celebrate Thanksgiving. It just doesn't seem natural or right anymore to prepare a feast in the name of something that our new friends and loved ones here in France know nothing about, feel absolutely no connection to.
I am an inveterate breakfast skipper, but during the holidays, breakfast is the cornerstone of hospitality. Impossibly early breakfasts on Christmas day, or tide-me-over brunches before a 6 o'clock turkey. It's a fact of life: guests expect breakfast.
At Thanksgiving, my house today is as confusing, chaotic and lively as my childhood. But it's not "turkey day." Traditionally, we make lasagna. I'm not sure how that started. But it's perfect: an Italian dish, a Hindu cook, an American table.
Perhaps because Hanukkah is also fast-approaching, I find myself thinking in eights. Whatever the reason, the following eight simple steps will actually help us all to stay a little more thankful this Thanksgiving and find new happiness because we are.