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Weekly Recipe Review: Cali Crab Season, Creative Turkey Leftover Dishes and More...

Weekly Recipe Review: Cali Crab Season, Creative Turkey Leftover Dishes and More...

Check out our Editors' picks for this week's top recipes.

The New York Times: Flo Fab's version of spaghetti alla carbonara with sausage also comes with a wine pairing.

Looking for something lighter after that Thanksgiving feast? Try this fresh herb salad from The Los Angeles Times.

The Seattle Times: Four hot chocolate recipes for the cold winter ahead. Here's a hint: one of them contains Nutella.

The Washington Post: One of the more creative ways to use leftover turkey: on a caramelized onion and apple pizza.

The Culinary Institute of America: Add fried squid, calamari and anchovies to your Hanukkah menu this year.

The London Telegraph makes the most of this season's pomegranates in this slow-cooked lamb shoulder dish.

The San Francisco Chronicle: Usher in the beginning of California's crab season with roast garlic crab.

The Wall Street Journal: LA chef, Suzanne Goin, makes a seasonal roasted grapes with grilled taleggio and walnut sandwich.

The Boston Globe: A simple, roasted tomato salsa that's perfect for watching Sunday football games.

The Oregonian: Learn how to move beyond sandwiches for this year's Thanskgiving leftovers.


Mom's Roast Turkey

Elise founded Simply Recipes in 2003 and led the site until 2019. She has an MA in Food Research from Stanford University.

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making what for the feast. Divide and conquer, right?

For 50 years my mother was in charge of the turkey, but now that the dinner gathering has shifted to my house, the task has fallen to me. Fortunately, my mother has taught me well!

Her turkey cooking method produces a roast turkey that is always perfectly done. The breast is never dried out, but tender and full of flavor. There's no need to brine or baste.


Mom's Roast Turkey

Elise founded Simply Recipes in 2003 and led the site until 2019. She has an MA in Food Research from Stanford University.

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making what for the feast. Divide and conquer, right?

For 50 years my mother was in charge of the turkey, but now that the dinner gathering has shifted to my house, the task has fallen to me. Fortunately, my mother has taught me well!

Her turkey cooking method produces a roast turkey that is always perfectly done. The breast is never dried out, but tender and full of flavor. There's no need to brine or baste.


Mom's Roast Turkey

Elise founded Simply Recipes in 2003 and led the site until 2019. She has an MA in Food Research from Stanford University.

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making what for the feast. Divide and conquer, right?

For 50 years my mother was in charge of the turkey, but now that the dinner gathering has shifted to my house, the task has fallen to me. Fortunately, my mother has taught me well!

Her turkey cooking method produces a roast turkey that is always perfectly done. The breast is never dried out, but tender and full of flavor. There's no need to brine or baste.


Mom's Roast Turkey

Elise founded Simply Recipes in 2003 and led the site until 2019. She has an MA in Food Research from Stanford University.

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making what for the feast. Divide and conquer, right?

For 50 years my mother was in charge of the turkey, but now that the dinner gathering has shifted to my house, the task has fallen to me. Fortunately, my mother has taught me well!

Her turkey cooking method produces a roast turkey that is always perfectly done. The breast is never dried out, but tender and full of flavor. There's no need to brine or baste.


Mom's Roast Turkey

Elise founded Simply Recipes in 2003 and led the site until 2019. She has an MA in Food Research from Stanford University.

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making what for the feast. Divide and conquer, right?

For 50 years my mother was in charge of the turkey, but now that the dinner gathering has shifted to my house, the task has fallen to me. Fortunately, my mother has taught me well!

Her turkey cooking method produces a roast turkey that is always perfectly done. The breast is never dried out, but tender and full of flavor. There's no need to brine or baste.


Mom's Roast Turkey

Elise founded Simply Recipes in 2003 and led the site until 2019. She has an MA in Food Research from Stanford University.

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making what for the feast. Divide and conquer, right?

For 50 years my mother was in charge of the turkey, but now that the dinner gathering has shifted to my house, the task has fallen to me. Fortunately, my mother has taught me well!

Her turkey cooking method produces a roast turkey that is always perfectly done. The breast is never dried out, but tender and full of flavor. There's no need to brine or baste.


Mom's Roast Turkey

Elise founded Simply Recipes in 2003 and led the site until 2019. She has an MA in Food Research from Stanford University.

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making what for the feast. Divide and conquer, right?

For 50 years my mother was in charge of the turkey, but now that the dinner gathering has shifted to my house, the task has fallen to me. Fortunately, my mother has taught me well!

Her turkey cooking method produces a roast turkey that is always perfectly done. The breast is never dried out, but tender and full of flavor. There's no need to brine or baste.


Mom's Roast Turkey

Elise founded Simply Recipes in 2003 and led the site until 2019. She has an MA in Food Research from Stanford University.

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making what for the feast. Divide and conquer, right?

For 50 years my mother was in charge of the turkey, but now that the dinner gathering has shifted to my house, the task has fallen to me. Fortunately, my mother has taught me well!

Her turkey cooking method produces a roast turkey that is always perfectly done. The breast is never dried out, but tender and full of flavor. There's no need to brine or baste.


Mom's Roast Turkey

Elise founded Simply Recipes in 2003 and led the site until 2019. She has an MA in Food Research from Stanford University.

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making what for the feast. Divide and conquer, right?

For 50 years my mother was in charge of the turkey, but now that the dinner gathering has shifted to my house, the task has fallen to me. Fortunately, my mother has taught me well!

Her turkey cooking method produces a roast turkey that is always perfectly done. The breast is never dried out, but tender and full of flavor. There's no need to brine or baste.


Mom's Roast Turkey

Elise founded Simply Recipes in 2003 and led the site until 2019. She has an MA in Food Research from Stanford University.

When it comes to holiday cooking, my father and I spend weeks deciding who is making what for the feast. Divide and conquer, right?

For 50 years my mother was in charge of the turkey, but now that the dinner gathering has shifted to my house, the task has fallen to me. Fortunately, my mother has taught me well!

Her turkey cooking method produces a roast turkey that is always perfectly done. The breast is never dried out, but tender and full of flavor. There's no need to brine or baste.