Bon Appétit’s Brad & Chris Answer Thanksgiving Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

Bon Appétit’s Brad Leone and Chris Morocco use the power of Twitter to answer common questions about cooking for Thanksgiving. Do you put celery in your stuffing? Is it dangerous to deep fry a turkey? How many sticks of butter do you have to use on Thanksgiving? Are vegan mashed potatoes good? Should you dry brine or wet brine your turkey? Chris and Brad answer all these questions and more!

See more tips to make the perfect Thanksgiving meal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhxEr2-sA2I

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