More great holiday hacks for Thanksgiving meal preparation

Chefs Eden Ginshpan, Jeff Mauro and Jamika Pessoa share their tips and advice for cooking and other solutions to potential problems in the kitchen.
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It worked this time for me and time for more of our Thanksgiving 911 holiday hacks. Joining us Eden grinsphan, author of "Eating out loud" on the Turkey, Jeff Mauro from network's "The kitchen" and podcast "Come on over" with sides and Jamika Pessoa on desserts. Let's start first, Eden, with you. The best two tips for Turkey. Okay, so here's what I got, I absolutely love this tip. If you want to keep your oven -- your Turkey in the oven the whole time just take some cheesecloth and just soak it in some beautiful herby butter and drape it over your Turkey and what that does, it kind of bastes your Turkey as it roasts and keeps the breast nice and juicy. If you want to make sure you got butter in there, pour extra butter on top of that cheesecloth and it will just soak right in. Another tip is to make sure you get your beautiful roasted golden Turkey, always start your roast at 450 degrees and then bring it down to 350 for the rest of the roast and will get a beautiful golden Turkey. That sounds likey good advice, actually. Jeff, I want to get your top two tips. I'm sampling them. They're good. Of course, they are. Why are they good? First of all let's get to this -- I call this the save the day elixir. The combination of stock and butter and ladle it over somewhat dry potatoes or Turkey to reinvigorate it and save your stuffing, if need be get the richness from the butter, the moisture from the stock is good to go. Nobody will know and this is so moist, so delicious and do not neglect salads on Thanksgiving. Usually takes a backseat at the dinner table. Don't. We got a nice arugula and a lot use citrus fruits to stuff Turkeys with and apples in their stuffing. Use this, repurpose it for the top of your salad, pomegranate seeds in season right now. Give you that nice pop bitterness and crunch you don't get Christmas or you don't usually get on the table that you provide with the salad. Look at that. Balsamic dressing, don't neglect it either. That is beautiful. Dangerous to put plates in front of us. We got to eat and talk here but, Jamika, simple tips for dessert. All right, so if you want dessert right now, I have single serving sweet potato pies made in the microwave and crushed cookies I'll put in my mug and sweet potato puree. Use pumpkin as well, egg, spices and half and half. Mix all of that up together and then you put it in your mug and pop it in the microwave. One to two minutes later you've got a beautiful sweet potato pie and got to garnish it off with whipped cream. Any leftover bread, mix it with sugar, milk and turn on your machine an hour before dinner starts. By the time you're done eating, it is bread pudding time, y'all. Perfect. We're eating the meal thinking about dessert ready to go. Thanks to our chefs. Get these recipes and Thanksgiving 911 hacks on our website. Check ba with our chefs coming up later on.

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