Category Archives: thanksgiving

Root Vegetable Mashed Potatoes from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of Hamilton Beach

Root Vegetable Mashed Potatoes

Grandma makes them every Sunday with her famous meatloaf, Aunt Maria adds roasted garlic and my cousin whips them up to serve with fried chicken. You know and love this humble side dish: the mashed potato. Mashed potatoes are a comfort food staple and often have a special place next to the turkey and gravy…

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Slow Cooker Pumpkin Soup from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @hamiltonbeach

Slow Cooker Pumpkin Soup

Warm, comforting meals are officially in season. There’s just something about colder weather that invokes cravings for squash and pumpkin. This slow cooker soup is a wonderful, yet simple, fall dinner when served with crusty bread or dinner rolls. Have you ever tried pumpkin soup? It’s a great way to use the pumpkin puree we…

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Pumpkin Wreath Bread from Everyday Good Thinking, the official blog of @hamiltonbeach

Pumpkin Wreath Bread

Thanksgiving is a great opportunity to show off your baking skills, and this pumpkin wreath bread is no exception. Golden dough in the shape of a wreath topped with coarse salt and pumpkin seeds makes a lovely centerpiece and delicious addition to the holiday meal. No baking skills? No problem. The breadmaker does all the…

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How to Truss a Turkey video

How to Truss a Thanksgiving Turkey

Trussing a turkey before putting it in the roaster oven can help it cook evenly and hold in the juices. It also makes for a gorgeous tableside presentation. How do you do it? Let us show you how quick and easy it is in our short video.

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Does Brining the Turkey Make a Difference? Everyday Good Thinking from @hamiltonbeach conducted The Ultimate Taste Test to find out! http://everydaygoodthinking.com

How to Carve a Turkey with an Electric Knife

A perfectly carved turkey makes for a beautiful presentation at Thanksgiving dinner. The breasts are pre-sliced and laid out nicely, the dark meat is sliced and placed in the center of the platter and it’s all topped with every dad and little brother’s favorite: turkey legs. Unfortunately, achieving the perfect carve is not always easy….

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