In this episode of BKTV, Miko Mercer of stops by to show us just how easy it is to make a deliciously flakey pie crust, perfect for a Thanksgiving Apple Pie! Learn more about Miko at

In this episode of BKTV, chef and author of Lucid Food, Louisa Shafia, stopped by to show us an unconventional, and wildly delicious spin on a classic ingredient: butternut squash.

In this episode of BKTV, Brooklyn Kitchen instructor Kat Randazzo stopped in to show us how to brine the bird before roasting it for Thanksgiving. ;

In this episode of BKTV, we’re joined by Millicent Souris from Williamsburg’s Roebling Tea Room, where she shows how to make her classic buttermilk biscuits.

In this episode, Terry Romero joins shows us how to make a light, refreshing fennel salad. The perfect foil to all the heavy food often on the Thanksgiving table!

In this episode of BKTV, the Queen of Casserole, Emily Farris, stopped by to show us how to make the infamous Green Bean Casserole – perfect for Turkey Day!
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In our second episode of BKTV, Amy Cao of, shows us how simple homemade cranberry sauce can be to make!

• 1 lb cranberries
• 2 cups sugar
• 1/3 cup water
• 1/2 teaspoon of nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger
• the zest and juice of one orange

1. Add your cranberries, sugar, and water to a pan over medium heat.
2. When the berries start to pop add your spices
3. Take your cranberries off the heat and add the juice of one orange, and a bunch of orange zest.
4. Enjoy!

Let us know what you’ll be doing this Thanksgiving for dessert. Post a comment below.