What to Watch: The Countdown to Thanksgiving Is On

Tune in to new episodes this Saturday and Sunday, and find out how to enter for a chance to win our Thanksgiveaway Sweepstakes.

November 20, 2020

Close-up of Cast Iron Blueberry & Nectarine Galette , as seen on The Pioneer Woman, Special.

If you haven’t started planning your Turkey Day feast, don’t fret — there’s a lot going on these days! But time is running out, so take this weekend to figure out your menu. Need some inspiration? We’ve got tons of new Thanksgiving episodes on the schedule featuring how-tos and seasonal recipes from The Pioneer Woman, the cast of The Kitchen and others. Bonus: While you’re watching new episodes, you can enter for a chance our Thanksgiveaway Sweepstakes. Here’s how it works: Tune in this Saturday and Sunday starting at 10a|9c, and look out for the special code word on TV. Then enter online for a chance to win $5,000 and a collection of cookbooks. (Get the details and official rules here.) Check out what’s coming up.

The Pioneer Woman: Saturday at 10a|9c

Anyone else feel like Thanksgiving is more about the dessert table than the tray of turkey? If so, you’re in luck because Ree Drummond is sharing a menu of sweet treats just for you.

The Kitchen: Saturday at 11a|10c

Last week the co-hosts shared non-traditional ideas for your holiday feast. But this Saturday, it’s all about those timeless family favorites. GZ is making a stunning roasted turkey — complete with the most-flavorful gravy ever — while the rest of the cast works on the sides and dessert.

Miss Kardea Brown's Pumpkin Chai Loaf, as seen on Delicious Miss Brown, Season 3.

Delicious Miss Brown: Saturday at 12|11c

Kardea Brown saves time in the kitchen by doing double duty with recipes that are as great on day two as they are right away. Get ready for fall-favorite pot pies and a spiced pumpkin loaf, among other gifts that keep on giving.

Photo by: Chantell Quernemoen

Chantell Quernemoen

Girl Meets Farm: Sunday at 11a|10c

Regular ol’ mashed potatoes? Not when Molly Yeh is around! She’s sharing a menu of top-notch side dishes, and they’re anything but ordinary. Think: Creamy Polenta instead of the usual spuds, as well as broccolini with … wait for it … peanut butter! (It works. Trust us.)

Barefoot Contessa's Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Photo by: Tara Donne ©Food Network

Tara Donne, Food Network

Barefoot Contessa: Sunday at 12|11c

Seasonal produce like apples, root veggies and Brussels sprouts are the star ingredients in Ina Garten’s celebration of side dishes. She’s cooking up a feast of favorite dishes and then checking in with her chef pals to see what they’re making for the holiday.

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