Ted Allen / Photo by Peter Ross
Turkey day recipes from the Food Network host include a deconstructed roast turkey and plenty of make-ahead sides.

Turkey Ramen / Photo by Lara Ferroni
We asked five chefs to come up with new ways to use up Thanksgiving turkey. Here are their recipes.

Sorghum and Apple Sticky Pudding / Photo by Johnny Autry
Tis the season to bake with warm, deep flavors—so set that boring white sugar aside and try these sweeteners instead.

Pumpkins With A Hidden Butternut Squash
Is pumpkin pie just a sham?

This simple gravy can be made in advance to avoid a last minute scramble before serving your Thanksgiving feast.

Spatchcocking the turkey before roasting ensures that all parts of the bird will cook evenly at the same rate—and in just 1 1/2 hours.

Rosh Hashanah salad / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Jennifer Ophir
The salad below celebrates the colors and flavors of fall, adding a hint of sweet raisins to contrast the slightly bitter kale greens. If you can’t source delicata squash, a small butternut squash can work in its place. Be sure to peel the butternut squash before roasting.

Pikliz- Hero Image / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Food Styling by Molly Baz
Jars of pikliz are opened for almost every meal in Haiti, and for good reason: it's just as perfect on fish and chips as it is on Thanksgiving turkey.

herby-barley-salad-with-butter-basted-mushrooms.jpg / Photo by Christopher Testani
Any chewy grain, such as wheat berries, farro, or even brown rice, can replace the barley.

Who doesn't love roasted turkey?! Everything about it warms the soul—the smell, the taste, the post-Thanksgiving dinner food coma. This recipe captures all of these associations, save the food coma, into a perfectly delightful sipping broth.

Panfried Smashed Potatoes / photo by Romulo Yanes
Like a latke-frying, gratin-layering, roasting, smashing, mashing pro.

Vegetable Shepherd's Pie / Photo by Romulo Yanes
Turkey, check. Mashed potatoes, check. Gravy, check. All you need is the casserole dish.

Milkshakes / Photo by Shutterstock
With lots and lots of ice cream.

Thanksgiving leftovers Sandwich / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Ali Nardi
Yes, there's a wrong way to make a Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich. We're here to help you avoid the pitfalls.

Stuffing Hash / Christopher Testani, food styling by Rebecca Jurkevich
With all those goodies in the fridge, why subject yourself to a bowl of cold cereal?

Turkey Posole / Christopher Testani
Because microwaving them is just basic.

Escarole, Pear, Parmesan, and Basil Leaf Salad / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Michelle Gatton
It's all too easily forgotten, but your guests will welcome something light and refreshing among the hefty spread.

Spiced Sweet Potato and Parsnip Tian- RECIPE IMAGE / Photo by Tara Donne, Prop Styling by Alex Brannian, Food Styling by Cyd McDowell
With apple cider, Aleppo pepper, and thyme, this pretty dish offers a lighter take on your usual Thanksgiving sweet potato casserole.

Chicken Stock / Photo by Romulo Yanes
You'll cross one more Thanksgiving task off your list. And your house will smell amazing.

classic-potato-gratin.jpg / Photo by Christopher Testani
When simmering the cream, make sure it's over gentle heat (if it over-reduces, it will break).