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7 Turkey Gravy Recipes for Thanksgiving

Deceptively simple, but also highly customizable, gravy plays an important role in every Thanksgiving feast, supporting several important players on the table, including, of course, the turkey. Whether you're looking for a basic turkey gravy, something a little more inventive, or even a gluten-free option, we've got seven different recipes to bolster your Thanksgiving meal. More

Taste Test: Powdered Gravy Mixes

In an ideal world, everyone would make their own Thanksgiving gravy from scratch, especially when it's so easy. But we don't live in an ideal world (have you seen Nic Cage in The Wicker Man?!), and in the interest of those less-than-Rockwellian moments, we decided to give a few of the powdered gravy versions a whirl. More

Sauced: Five Turkey Gravy Variations for Thanksgiving

A great gravy can make (or break) the Thanksgiving meal—that concentrated, rich turkey flavor injects life into ho hum breast meat, adds the right savory touch to mashed potatoes, and is equally good smothered on biscuits. The best part is that gravy takes about as long to make as the bird needs to rest before carving, leaving little excuse not to make your own. We worked up 5 variations for your Thanksgiving meal. More

The Food Lab: Latke-Crusted Turkey Stuffing Fritters With Liquid Cranberry Core and Turkey Schmaltz Gravy

As part of the literally once-in-a-lifetime convergence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving this year, we engaged in a little friendly food battle with our friends over at Food52, with both of us coming up with the best Thanksgivukkah mashup recipe we could think of. Working from the inside out, we start with a oozy liquid center of cranberry sauce, surrounded by a light layer of turkey and sage stuffing, encased in a thin crust of crisp latke-style potato and onion batter that frizzles and crisps, thin bits of potato and onion sticking out in a wild tangle. Here's how we make it. More

Ramp Week: Ramp Gravy

Cream gravy, made with a blond roux, onions, cream, and plenty of black pepper is a natural partner for buttery mashed potatoes, chicken-fried steak, or yes, biscuits. After all, what goes better with fatty starch than a bit of starchy fat? More

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