Thanksgiving-prep techWith Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, it's time to start planning that big Turkey Day feast. Whether you're a novice cook or a semiprofessional chef, CNET's Kara Tsuboi has some app and tech recommendations to ensure a seamless -- and delicious --...
[MUSIC] epicurious.com offers a great tool to get started planning your Thanksgiving feast. Search the site for a Thanksgiving menu planner under articles and guides. Then answer six short questions about the type of dinner you're hosting, number of guests, cooking experience, how traditional, etc. Depending on your answers, epicurious will generate a menu with all the recipes to suit your needs. Perhaps you just need to contribute one dish or are in charge of the holiday decor. www.foodnetwork.com/thanksgiving is a great place for finding both. With ample tips, video tutorials and festive ideas, you're likely to find inspiration from your favorite celebrity chefs. And finally, a lot of home cooks say their iPad is their most indispensable kitchen tool. If you agree, check out William Sonoma's $200 smart tool set. Which includes an iPad kitchen stand, bluetooth speakers and this screen shield so you can comfortably follow recipes without damaging your tack. In San Francisco, I'm Cara Ceboyd, CNet.com for CBS News. [MUSIC]