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Last-Minute Thanksgiving Fixes For Every Possible Scenario

Troubleshoot turkey, spuds, veggies like a boss
Nov 26, 2014 4:00 pm

The task of cooking a traditional Thanksgiving dinner is intimidating to most. No matter how easy they're making it look, a whole lot of work goes into this spectacular feast, which means there are many potential pitfalls to watch out for. Here are some scenarios with quick-fixes, brought to you by all the holiday food enthusiasts here at Food Republic.

Pat LaFrieda And Andy Ricker Are Offering Free Online Cooking Classes

Skillshare's new series titled 'Think Like a Chef'
Nov 26, 2014 3:00 pm

Have you ever wanted to take a cooking class taught by a big name chef? Better yet, what if this class were free of charge? Turns out that this dream can quickly become a reality with just a computer. Newly available on Skillshare — an online learning community where the world’s best experts teach real world skills across a number of professions — is a series titled “Think Like a Chef” that explores culinary creativity.

Top 5 Food References From Bad Kid Jokes

Kids find the dumbest things funny. Seriously.
Nov 26, 2014 2:00 pm

Oh, childhood. When every joke is funny and pudding cups are most definitely considered to be food. Speaking of food, what exactly is going on with these children's view of nutrition on Bad Kids Joke, a this long, storied Tumblr of confusing situations, half-sentences and no regard for a punchline? Here are our top 5 picks we'd reply to with "okay honey, now go pick up your toys."

These Are The Craft Beers You Should Be Drinking On Thanksgiving

Turkey and football? We’ve got the brews you need
Nov 26, 2014 1:00 pm

Thanksgiving may be the ultimate food holiday, but it also coincides with maltier fall styles that make it a match in pairing heaven. But how to pair? Read on. 

Want To Cook In LeBron James' Miami Kitchen? Just Buy His Old House.

Zillow Thanksgiving promotion shows celeb kitchens
Nov 26, 2014 12:00 pm

Is your kitchen countertop too crowded? Did your fridge settle into its perch sometime late in the last century? Maybe it's time you get a new kitchen — or better yet, a new home. And as long as you're going to make a real estate splash, why not buy a celebrity's former digs, like noted Cleveland resident's LeBron James' now-vacant waterfront Miami manse, where all 12,178 square feet — and a designer kitchen — can be yours for $17 million. It's all part of a Zillow teaser timed for Thanksgiving, alongside peeks into other celeb homes. 

Does The Pasta Match The Pants? Food And Fashion Collide In New Young Chef Contest

Unique global competition pairs chefs and designers
Nov 26, 2014 11:00 am

It is the dream of every young chef to one day be recognized by glossy magazines such as Bon Appétit or Food + Wine. Now, Vogue Italia? Probably not so much. But, hey, if you do, well, here's your chance. Bubbly water behemoth S. Pellegrino just announced a new contest to find its "Young Chef 2015." But, this competition isn't limited to just cooking. No, chefs will be paired with fashion designers to create dishes and garments that complement each other.

10 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Oysters

Remember the 3 A's: aphrodisiac, absinthe, America
Nov 26, 2014 10:00 am

Oysters. People either love them or hate them, but rarely do oysters garner a simple "meh." Yet, surprisingly there is a lot we don't know about this tasty, slimy and expensive bivalve, save for the idea that you eat them raw, with champagne and that pregnant ladies aren't allowed to join in. To help shed some light, here are 10 facts about these molluscs. 

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