Thanksgiving is fast approaching and if you haven't made plans, take a page from the Food Network cookbook's two booziest ladies and have a good old fashioned Southern Thanksgiving - complete with lots of booze and an easy to make turducken.
After a meal of turducken washed down with a half dozen fall-inspired cocktails, we're ready to meet the in-laws.
First, Sandra Lee shows us how to make a pitcher (or five) of her easy Pumpkin Pie Spiced martinis:
After we're well lubricated from Sandra Lee's martinis, it's time to make the turducken. Thankfully, Paula Deen recommends buying birds that have already been deboned by the local butcher - because by now we're in no shape to do this ourselves:
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