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Over the river and through the woods to Grandmother’s house we go.Or not.  Maybe everyone is coming to your house.  Below you will find a few items that may come in handy for your Thanksgiving feast.  You know, the one you will be preparing 23 days from now. 😉

The T-Fal Specialty 16 x 12-Inch x 3-Inch Brushed Aluminum Roaster is the highest rated roasting pan on Amazon.com. It is in stock and selling for $37.79.

Here is what one buyer had to say:

I really loved this roaster. Trust me, I have bought those cheap ones & they are terrible. This is well worth the money. I actually think its a bargain since it’s priced right & the pan performs awesome. We used it to cook our Thanksgiving turkey which was under 20lbs. The rack didn’t slide & at all & clean up was so easy. No flaking of the non-stick coating, the pan is very sturdy & very well made.  This Tovolo Clear Dripless Baster features a clear, see-through cylinder, allowing you to view the volume of juice inside. The specially designed valve inside the tip keeps its contents from dripping out until you release the juice intentionally. No more messy basting in the kitchen, this baster is a great solution for any home chef. FruGAL Amber recommends this one.  It is her favorite. 🙂 $11.24 and worth every penny!

Got fat? Cut the fat with the OXO GOOD GRIPS Fat Separator with its own strainer and stopper. Pour your gravy into the separator and watch the fat rise to the top while lean gravy settles to the bottom. The heat resistant strainer catches unwanted bits, and the settles to the bottom.  $9.99


And last but least, Thanksgiving By Williams-Sonoma.  This hardback book is stuffed full of easy-to-follow recipes you will want to include in your own holiday menu year after year. In these pages, you’ll find inspiring first courses and a tempting variety of side dishes and desserts as well as some new ideas for the main course. This vividly photographed, full-color recipe collection will become an essential addition to your kitchen bookshelf.

 

Comments

  • anon

    Mavis, you are usually good to respond, but this doesn’t have to do with turkey. My $1.25/3 coupon printed with only one barcode, not the double barcode…what to do? Did yours?

    • Mavis

      When I printed mine it printed with both bar codes. I have no idea why yours would only print with one. I wonder if anyone else is having this problem?

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