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The Cookstr Weekly: Thanksgiving Countdown: Turkey and Trimmings

November 28, 2011

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This newsletter is filled with a variety of editorial features and links to Cookstr’s expert recipes by chefs and cookbook authors. You can access an archive of Cookstr newsletters here, and check out more featured recipes on our homepage.

As always, Cookstr recipes are tested, trusted, and handpicked by Cookstr’s editors from published cookbooks to help you on your culinary journey. To get you started, here are a selection of recipes on Cookstr by the chefs and cookbooks authors that made them famous.

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Roast Turkey with Spiced Cranberry, Bacon and Walnut Stuffing by Jamie Oliver  

The big day has nearly arrived! Start making that pie dough and blanching those green beans, because Thanksgiving’s just a week away. This year, we’re thankful for you, our loyal readers, members and friends, with your insightful comments and thoughtful questions on the recipes that make Cookstr special. Below, Cookstr offers up a plethora of pies, stuffings and all the classic trimmings for the holiday, along with a few different turkey preparations. This Roast Turkey with Spiced Cranberry, Bacon and Walnut Stuffing recipe by Jamie Oliver includes dried fruit, nuts, aromatics and classic pork sausage in the rich dressing. However you prepare your Thanksgiving bird, be sure to check out the
How to Carve a Turkey slideshow on Cookstr’s homepage from ZWILLING J.A. HENKELS COMPLETE BOOK OF KNIFE SKILLS by Jeffrey Elliot and James P. DeWan! Happy cooking!

More Thanksgiving Recipes from Cookstr 

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“When organizing parties, a typical conversation revolves around what to serve and who brings what. Most people are hesitant to make bread, so I always volunteer to bring the rolls. Here’s the recipe I turn to again and again. This easy-to-handle dough produces soft, fragrant, professional-looking rolls that can be made one day, shaped the next, and baked the next-who could ask for better? The rolls nestle together in the pan as they rise and bake, and easily pull apart after they’re baked. Don’t overlook the flavor variations. They pair beautifully with any meal.
– Abby Dodge

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