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Ariel Knutson, culture editor of The Kitchn, explains how you can cook frozen turkey without fully defrosting it. Then, one of Dr. Oz’s Bite Club members tests out this technique for the first time. See how her turkey came out!
Chef James Briscione shows Dr. Oz how to cook a crispy and juicy turkey without basting or brining. Plus, power Pinterest pinner Beth shares her Thanksgiving meal prep checklist.
Julia Collin Davison of America’s Test Kitchen demonstrates how to make no-peel, no-boil mashed potatoes with a secret ingredient that makes them extra fluffy.
Chef Julia Collin Davison demonstrates how to roast sweet potato noodles or swoodles. Plus, power Pinterest pinner Beau shares how to save fridge space and keep Thanksgiving food hot and cold.
HealthCorps students and Dr. Oz’s favorite food bloggers reveal their tricks to making low-fat, carb-free, and vegetable gravies. Plus, Chef Aaron McCargo Jr. shows Dr. Oz how to make a bread-free stuffing waffle.
Blogger Roberta shares an easy swap for salt in gravy. Then, Chef Aaron McCargo Jr. shows Dr. Oz four genius ways to enjoy leftover turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and sweet potatoes.
Daphne Oz shares a shortcut for making a sweet and fruity dessert for Thanksgiving without preparing a pie crust.
Bite club member Linda reveals a 1-step whipped cream hack and Daphne Oz demonstrates how to make a crust-less apple and pear crisp.
Lisa Oz reveals the crowd-pleasing dish that’s perfect for vegetarians on Thanksgiving.
Lisa Oz explains how to make a butternut squash spinach lasagna for Thanksgiving. Plus, power Pinterest pinner Jeannette shares three money-saving hacks for the holiday season.
Learn how to make a hearty squash soup with just six ingredients.
The results of our frozen turkey investigation: how to take a bird from frozen to golden. And that’s not all: We’re making Thanksgiving dinner easier, cheaper, and healthier with 99 hacks that are kitchen-tested, Oz approved.
We take you inside the farms that raise Perdue chickens. See what we uncovered.