Thanksgiving Live Recipes

Watched Thanksgiving Live on Food Network? Now you can make all of that delicious food at home with recipes from the show.
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Thanksgiving Live

In this two-hour special hosted by Alton Brown, Food Network stars Rachael Ray, Anne Burrell, Sunny Anderson, Melissa d'Arabian and Bobby Flay came together to showcase their best Thanksgiving dishes and tips — and answer your Turkey Day questions live.

Rachael's Caesar Stuffed Eggs

This appetizer can be prepared far in advance so that you can save the oven space for your main dishes.

Get the Recipe: Caesar Stuffed Eggs

Anne's Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed With Chorizo

Don't spend Thanksgiving stuck in the kitchen! These easy-to-assemble bacon-wrapped date starters can be whipped up quickly, and toothpicks make for effortless serving and eating.

Get the Recipe: Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Chorizo

Alex's Ricotta Crostini With Brussels Sprouts

A great way to turn Brussels sprouts into a crowd-pleaser is to fry up the leaves in extra-virgin olive oil. Alex's recipe layers them on top of crostini with creamy ricotta cheese and a sprinkle of fresh Parmesan.

Get the Recipe: Ricotta Crostini with Brussels Sprouts

Anne's Mashed Rutabaga and Yukon Gold Potatoes

Rutabaga, a close relative of the yellow turnip, adds a hint of sweetness to this classic fall dish.

Get the Recipe: Mashed Rutabaga and Yukon Gold Potatoes

Rachael's Swiss Chard au Gratin

Introduce new vegetables to the Thanksgiving table by cooking them in a classic way, like this Swiss chard cooked "au gratin," or topped with breadcrumbs and cheese, then baked.

Get the Recipe: Swiss Chard au Gratin

Rachael's Roasted Pumpkin With Pistachios and Gorgonzola

Bold ingredients like gorgonzola and arugula add layers of texture and flavor to the roasted pumpkin in this dish.

Get the Recipe: Roasted Pumpkin with Pistachios and Gorgonzola

Melissa's Roasted Root Medley

Using both the zest and juice of the orange in the vinaigrette for these root vegetables brightens up their earthy, rustic flavor.

Get the Recipe: Roasted Root Medley

Rachael's Apple and Onion Stuffin'

Save time and money by keeping the ends of your old loaves of bread and using them as the base of your stuffing. They will also create a crispier, heartier dish.

Get the Recipe: Apple and Onion Stuffin'

Bobby's Sweet Potatoes Glazed With Molasses, Pecans and Bourbon

Give a traditional Thanksgiving ingredient like the sweet potato a nontraditional twist by roasting it with molasses, bourbon and cayenne pepper.

Get the Recipe: Sweet Potatoes Glazed with Molasses, Pecans and Bourbon

Sunny's Green Bean Casserole Mash-Up

For this casserole's crunchy topping, skip the store-bought potato sticks and make your own using potato peels, sage, thyme and paprika. You can also make this dish ahead of time and refrigerate it so that all you have to do on the big day is bake it and serve.

Get the Recipe: Sunny's Green Bean Casserole Mash-Up

Alex's Cauliflower Gratin With Garlic Breadcrumbs

Apples and curry powder add unexpected tart and spicy flavors to this gratin, which is creamy on the inside with a crispy, garlicky top.

Get the Recipe: Cauliflower Gratin with Garlic Breadcrumbs

Bobby's Herb Roasted and Braised Turkey

When it comes to keeping your turkey juicy and flavorful, Bobby swears by warmed chicken stock. Keep it around your kitchen when the big day arrives, and you can use it not only to warm up and moisten your turkey, but also to thin out thick gravy.

Get the Recipe: Herb Roasted and Braised Turkey

Anne's Brined Rosemary Crusted Turkey With Pan Gravy

After you brine and butter your turkey, refrigerate it uncovered overnight. Not covering it will help the skin to dry out and become brown and crispy when baked.

Get the Recipe: Brined Rosemary Crusted Turkey with Pan Gravy

Bobby's Cranberry-Texas Red Grapefruit Relish

For an unusual cranberry sauce twist, Bobby adds grapefruit juice for a bright boost of acidity.

Get the Recipe: Cranberry-Texas Red Grapefruit Relish

Anne's Kabocha Squash Pie With Spiced Crust

Go beyond the traditional pumpkin pie this year and try kabocha squash, a fall vegetable with a bright orange flesh that is loaded with even more natural sweetness.

Get the Recipe: Kabocha Squash Pie with Spiced Crust

Alex's Cranberry Almond Crumble

Try making crumbles instead of pies for an easy, lighter alternative that still packs in all the same fall flavors. Alex's cranberry almond crumble is crunchy and tart, pairing perfectly with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Get the Recipe: Cranberry Almond Crumble

Melissa's Pumpkin Cake Pops

These cake pops are kid friendly, both to make and to eat. Get the little ones involved in tearing the cake into crumbs and then dipping the finished pops into white chocolate.

Get the Recipe: Pumpkin Cake Pops

Bobby's Harvest Margarita

This refreshing margarita is seasonal and simple to make. Mix it and put it in pitchers before your guests arrive so you don't have to worry about being on drink duty the whole evening.

Get the Recipe: Harvest Margarita

Rachael's Negroni

Garnish this simple vermouth- and gin-based cocktail with a slice of orange for a great-looking presentation and a punch of fresh citrus flavor.

Get the Recipe: Rachael's Negroni