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Thanksgiving with NBC's TODAY
When the TODAY family gets together, it’s always a good time. So, we’ve gathered all their favorite Thanksgiving stories, family recipes and Turkey Day traditions to create one memorable, fun-filled and delicious TODAY Thanksgiving menu, available at Williams Sonoma.
Al Roker Weather and Feature Anchor TODAY and Co-Host of 3rd Hour, TODAY
Roker Family Sweet Potatoes
“I don’t know where my mom came up with this recipe. I’ve heard of many versions of it from the South, but my mom wasn’t from the South! Somehow, though, it became a Thanksgiving staple for our family. It provided us with hours of entertainment, as my mom always got distracted as soon as it went under the broiler, which caused the smoke alarm to go off and resulted in endless laughter. And that’s why, to this day, I always buy 2 bags of marshmallows— just in case." GET THE RECIPE
Skillet Corn Bread, Two Ways
“Corn bread baked in a cast-iron skillet is a simple, rustic pleasure that can be adapted any way you like. It can be a little sweet, or a little bit savory. You can add cheese or bacon, or just enjoy it hot out of the oven slathered with butter and a dab of honey. You can dress it up or you can dress it down, but it’s always a welcome addition to the Thanksgiving table."
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Siri Daly TODAY Food Contributor
“What’s better than a warm bread salad on a crisp autumn night? Well, one that features fall ingredients, such as squash, sprouts, sage and maple syrup. This is a family favorite to serve during the months before winter."
Mini Apple Tarts with Salted Caramel Sauce
“These delicious miniature tarts, with juicy apples and hints of warm cinnamon and nutmeg, aren’t overly sweet, so the salted caramel sauce provides the perfect touch and gives them a modern twist. But my favorite part is that they are individual tartlets, which makes them the perfect dessert to serve at a big family Thanksgiving. If you don’t have canning jars and lids, you can use 31⁄2–inch tartlet pans instead."
Carson Daly Co-host, NBC News' TODAY
“For as long as I can remember, my mom was blending away during the holidays, creating her famous Brandy Alexanders. It’s such a tradition that we even named our family dog after the drink, calling her “Lexi” for short. She was an off-white fluffy thing, resembling the concoction of ice cream and crème de cacao, and had a sprinkle of brown on her face that matched the nutmeg that tops the drink."
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Dylan Dreyer Co-Host 3rd Hour of TODAY, Weather Anchor, Weekend TODAY, Meteorlogist, NBC News
Crispy Bacon Brussels with Walnut-Parm Crunch
“Thanksgiving is absolutely my favorite holiday. I love to cook and there’s no stressing over gift giving. It’s all about gathering the family together to enjoy way too much food. And I love seeing green on the table. It reminds me of the season. And it’s an added bonus when people say to me “Everything you made was delicious"
Elizabeth Heiskell TODAY Food Contributor
Pillowcase Turkey with Million-Dollar Gravy
“My grandmother was a perfectionist in the kitchen, and it drove her crazy that her turkey would get too brown before the bird was done. In the 1920s there was no Williams Sonoma, and she had no way to buy cheesecloth. Being a resourceful woman, she took a clean 100% cotton pillowcase, tore it in two, wrapped it around the turkey, and then soaked it in sherry, white wine and melted butter. Right before the turkey was done, she removed the pillowcase, then put the bird back in the oven to brown. Not even a Norman Rockwell painting was prettier than my grandmother’s turkey."
Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie
“For years, I ate traditional pecan pie and was completely satisfied. I had no idea what I was missing until my dear friend Sarah brought this pie to our Thanksgiving dinner. I guarantee you will have a similar epiphany. The chocolate chips and bourbon are a lagniappe, a Louisiana term for a little extra surprise."