Take your salad to the next level with this simple but delicious vinaigrette technique from award winning Chef, Craig Stoll.
2. Baked Masala Chicken Wings
Healthier Chicken Wings baked in the oven that has a tasty Indian flavor.
3. Sparkling Pomegranate Wine Spritzer
Get drinking while cooking! This cocktail recipe is fast, easy and oh so sweet! Author and Food Blogger Whitney Bond turns up the heat with this Grokker Premium video.
4. Butternut Squash Soufflé
This light and delicious butternut squash soufflé combines the smokey flavor of crispy bacon, with fresh thyme, and whisked egg whites to make it light and airy, making this soufflé the perfect side dish for Thanksgiving. Watch Sage Russell in this Grokker Premium video as he shows you this delicious twist on a traditional butternut squash side dish, perfect to bring along to the Thanksgiving table or any other dinner party.
5. Bacon-Wrapped Roasted Turkey with Stuffing
Everything tastes better with bacon and turkey is no exception! In this recipe you'll roast your turkey with a layer of bacon, which allows the bacon juice to seep deep into the meat of the turkey. Chef Doc will walk you through this simple recipe and help ensure that your Thanksgiving feast is a success!
6. Juicy Deep-Fried Turducken for the Holidays
The Turducken is a chicken, placed inside a duck, which is placed inside a turkey, then fried to finger licking good perfection! When you slice up and serve these layers of juicy meat, your guests will definitely be asking for seconds! Enjoy The Grokker Thanksgiving Feast series with Chef Doc in this Grokker Premium video.
7. Wasabi Mashed Potatoes
Fluffy and creamy mashed potatoes with ZING! Our Grokker Expert Jennifer Cho shows you how to add a little kick to this classic dish. Impress your guests with this tasty side and check out the other Grokker Premium Thanksgiving videos in the Thanksgiving Feast collection.
8. Bacon-Cornbread Stuffing
We've been cooking together for a while now, so by this point you probably know about one of my favorite cooking rules: Bacon makes pretty much everything better. I was happy to find out, when we were putting together our Thanksgiving menu this year that the rule applies to stuffing, too!
9. Homemade Cranberry Sauce
Homemade cranberry sauce just makes the canned stuff look so sad. That fresh taste of sweetened cranberries with a hint of fresh squeezed orange juice and pomegranate is a joy to the taste buds. Pass the turkey!
10. Homemade Sausage Stuffing
You can eat it as a main dish or a side dish, a go to recipe for your Thanksgiving dinner.