Thanksgiving can be an overwhelming holiday so much food to prepare so many beloved dishes you can't mess up and so much company including those in lives on holiday like this technology Might be your new best friend.
For menu planning turn to the gold standard food and recipe app Epicurious.
This app houses all the recipes from Gome and Bon Appetit magazine and organizes them in categories so it's easy to find what you're looking for.
Another great resource is chowhound website owned by CBS.
Their Thanksgiving tab is packed with recipes articles and troubleshooting tips.
You use your technology forward instant pot for everything these days.
So why not put it to work on the most food heavy holiday of the year try using the pressure cooker to make gravy first make a stock with those turkey bones, then strain it then reduce it further under.
Pressure for a silky flavorful gravy and half the time make your digital assistant truly help this holiday Amazon Alexa can be enabled with the turkey planner service.
So can tell you how big of a bird you'll need for your number of guests or how long to cook it and on what temperature Use Alexa or other smart speakers to set timers, keep to do lists, and of course play the right music during dinner.
For more Thanksgiving tech tips and tricks, visit CNET.
In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi with CNET for CBS News.
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