Everything You Need for Thanksgiving Is Right Here

Serve the best feast yet and keep your sanity intact.

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No matter whether you're a first-time host or you've cooked more Thanksgiving dinners than you can count, we've got all the recipes you need for an epic feast. We'll even help you solve those last-minute problems ("Where's the roasting rack?!") and rescue your feast from the brink of disaster (yes, you can thaw that partially frozen bird in no time!). And don't forget to sign up today for our countdown newsletter, filled with daily recipes, videos and meal-planning tips to help you make this year's holiday unforgettable (ahem, like frying the entire feast).

Check out our top 50 Thanksgiving recipes, our highest-rated and -reviewed dishes, picked by YOU, our biggest fans. Then browse through our galleries of mouthwatering turkeys, sides and stuffings, and indulgent desserts — and watch how to make everything from cheesy apps to a pumpkin pie that can feed 16.

Roasted Thanksgiving Turkey

Roasted Thanksgiving Turkey

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Tara Donne

Would it even be Thanksgiving without the turkey? Probably. But we all know the feast is better with a showstopping turkey front and center. Browse more than 70 top turkey recipes, then brush up on your carving skills so you'll be totally prepared for the big day.

Food Nework Kitchen's Holiday One-Offs, Bacon Wrapped Brussels Sprouts with Creamy Lemon Dip.

Food Nework Kitchen's Holiday One-Offs, Bacon Wrapped Brussels Sprouts with Creamy Lemon Dip.

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Kate Mathis, 2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Tide guests over with creamy dips, fall-inspired soups, unbeatable stuffed mushrooms and so much more. With more than 80 recipes to choose from, you won't wonder for a second what you should serve before the main meal. The only question you'll face is: Which apps should I make? (Because as much as you want to, no, you can't make them all!)

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Brian Kennedy , 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Pairing Thanksgiving dinner with a nice bottle of wine is great, but offering guests a fall-inspired cocktail is even better. This collection of 50 holiday-worthy drinks has something for everyone.

Food Network Kitchen’s Sweet Potato Casserole as seen on Food Network.

Food Network Kitchen’s Sweet Potato Casserole as seen on Food Network.

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Matt Armendariz, Copyright 2015

Classic green bean casserole, must-have cranberry sauce, fluffy buttermilk biscuits, bacony Brussels sprouts — find all the standout sides you need to round out your family's favorite meal of the year. And if you really want to make your life easier, cook five sides on one sheet pan. For real.

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Sausage Cornbread Stuffing

Sausage Cornbread Stuffing

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Call it what you will, this bread-y side waits all year for its time to shine on Thanksgiving. With 70 stellar stuffing recipes to choose from, you can be sure you're serving the best on turkey day. We won't blame you for trying more of these recipes throughout the year, either.

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Tara Donne, 2009, Tara Donne

Every Thanksgiving table needs potatoes, whether they're creamy mashed potatoes, marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes, roasted spuds, scalloped potatoes or another variety of irresistible comfort in a casserole dish. All the potato recipes we swear by are right here.

Pecan Pie

Pecan Pie

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Tara Donne

There's always room for dessert. Enjoy a slice (or two) of pie or cheesecake, or go for that extra scoop of apple crisp. We're pretty sure calories don't count on Thanksgiving — and if that's wrong, we don't want to be right.

Why limit your love of turkey to the dinner table? We rounded up the cutest turkey-themed products to get you in the spirit. Just don't blame us if you want them all.

We can't lie: Thanksgiving is our favorite. So, we're super excited to be feasting the entire week leading up to the big day. Beginning Nov. 16, be sure to check out FoodNetwork.com/FeastWeek, where you'll find recipes, tips and tricks highlighting our Thanksgiving-themed days of the week: Fried Friday, Choose Your Sides Saturday, Make-Ahead Monday, Turkey Tuesday, No-Waste Wednesday and, of course, Thanksgiving itself.

Visit Facebook.com/FoodNetwork for #ChooseYourSide Facebook Lives and more Feast Week content all week long.

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