It’s finally here. Turkey Day.
We love Thanksgiving. Yes, we mean the food. But gathering with loved ones we see too rarely makes the holidays so special.
The pandemic has thrown a wrench into everyone’s plans. We have to play by different rules this year, meaning virtual Thanksgiving dinners or not seeing our relatives at all.
Regardless, we’re here to give thanks and fill you in on how Alabama celebrates Thanksgiving in 2020, with delicious recipes from famous Alabamians, tips from chefs and much more.
Alabama Celebrity Recipes:
The country singer says this recipe comes from her mother, Patricia Boggs, and is one of her favorites.
When his family gathers for the holiday in Alabama, they’re primed for this dish, the singer-songwriter says.
“I can eat a dozen of them and happily levitate off of the couch and then those egg farts start to hit,” the comedian says.
Thriftiness and gratitude flavor this dish.
More on Thanksgiving:
From canceled travel plans to Zoom blessings, plans have changed.
Trump? Masks? The dry turkey? Forget about it.
Yes, it’s cooked inside the bird. AL.com colleagues weight in on the great dressing vs. stuffing debate.
“I am a huge mashed potato fan, which should be obvious from looking at me.” What does Rick Bragg want on his first Thanksgiving plate?
Tips on how to revamp turkey, dressing and other trad faves.
Not in the mood to cook? These restaurants are offering Thanksgiving fare to go.
Can you pass the gravy via Zoom?
What’s open and what’s closed on Thanksgiving 2020?
From “Gilmore Girls” to “The Wonder Years,” there are options.
Numerous businesses and organizations across the state are hosting giveaways and meals for people in need this Thanksgiving.
Why do people hate turkey? Dressing? Gravy? Are they nuts?