Thursday, November 17, 2011

Give Thanks! Allrecipes’ eCookbook Has 100 Best Thanksgiving Recipes



Want terrific Thanksgiving recipes to browse at your fingertips? Curious to find out which Thanksgiving recipes Allrecipes’ home cooks have chosen as The Best over the years? Now there’s an entire collection of top-rated and reviewed Thanksgiving recipes exclusively for eReaders and tablets like the iPad and Kindle. It’s Allrecipes’ new eCookbook: Thanksgiving – 100 Best Recipes from Allrecipes.com. Prepared by millions of busy cooks with families, jobs, community activities, and friends—just like you—these recipes have been rated, reviewed, tweaked, and discussed—and served on millions of Thanksgiving dinner tables. They work. They’re delicious. Also included are dozens of practical tips and tricks—you’ll never have lump gravy again!—to help you plan and make Thanksgiving stress-free. Even better, this eCookbook is just $3.99 for a limited time! (Regular price: $7.99) Don’t miss it! Click here to purchase and download a copy for your iPad, Kindle, Nook and/or iPhone.

To make you hungry even before next Thursday, here’s a sampling of the fabulous Thanksgiving recipes in this Allrecipes eCookbook. Grab the eBook to have them all and get cooking!

Butternut Squash Bisque 

By: PHONELADY55
"Great use for all that early fall vegetable! Nice start for a fall day dinner or lunch."



Awesome Sausage, Apple and Cranberry Stuffing 
By: Stacy M. Polcyn
"This Thanksgiving stuffing is fantastic! It is very flavorful and fresh-tasting. This recipe will stuff a 10-pound turkey (which serves six) plus extra. I replaced the usual pork sausage with much healthier turkey sausage. Other dried fruits may also be used in place of cranberries."

Deep-Fried Turkey 
By: Tim and Meredith
"This is an awesome Cajun recipe. Deep-frying makes the turkey crispy on the outside and super juicy on the inside (even the white meat). It also leaves the heat outside! You can deep-fry the turkey in either peanut or vegetable oil, your choice. We use a 26 quart aluminum pot with a drain basket."

Baked Mashed Potatoes 
By: Nancy F.
"Mashed potatoes that are lighter and fluffier. Cream cheese gives them a richer flavor. Can be made ahead of time!"




Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie  By: ANITAL
"Kentucky bourbon gives a kick to this southern classic."

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