Food & Nutrition

20 Most-Asked Thanksgiving Questions, Answered in 20 Words Or Less

Can I bring my famous dish as a carry-on on a plane?

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Cakes, pies, and “solids” can generally go through security. Booze, gravy, cranberry sauce, and other “liquids” need to be checked.

Dinner’s ready, but the guests are late. How do I keep the food hot?


Cover and keep in a 200°F oven for up to 30 minutes; baste with chicken broth if it gets dry.

Are any of the traditional Thanksgiving eats good candidates for the slow cooker? I’d love to be able to free up time and oven space.


Absolutely! Mashed potatoes, rice pilaf, candied yams, cranberry sauce, and green bean casserole all work well in the slow cooker. Check out these impressive Thanksgiving cooking hacks that use everyday objects.

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