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Add a few drops of soy sauce to your gravy for extra depth of flavor.
For the best cookies, let your cookie dough rest in the fridge for at least 24 hours.
Place fresh cranberries in your ice cube trays to add some festive colors to your holiday drinks.
For a super flaky pie crust, replace some of the water in the recipe with a bit of vodka.
If you want a juicy turkey, don’t forget to let it rest for at least 20 minutes after you take it out of the oven.
Make super easy holiday treats like these snowmen chocolate barks, decorated with white candy melts, pretzel sticks, and candy corn.
For the best mashed potatoes of your life, follow Tyler Florence’s tip and boil the potatoes directly in a pot of heavy cream.
Run canned pumpkin purée through your food processor for a filling that’s even smoother and silkier than usual.
For a much quicker cooking time, ask your butcher to spatchcock your turkey.
Mixing cream soda and Fireball will give you the perfect festive cocktail.
Wrap your turkey in a buttery cheesecloth, like Julia Child used to, so you don’t have to keep basting it throughout cooking.
Take your champagne game to the next level with three super easy tips.
For a fall-flavored holiday drink, mix apple cider with caramel vodka.
Bake your desserts a day before the big meal.
What’s a holiday cooking or baking hack you use every year? Share in the comments!