Get the Deen Brothers' Thankgiving Menu

Get all the recipes from the Deen Brothers delicious and bountiful Thanksgiving menu.
By: Cooking Channel

When it comes to Thanksgiving, you know Paula Deen's household is going to pull out all the stops. This year, Bobby and Jamie Deen are taking the down-home Southern Turkey Day one step further by letting their mama kick back and relax while they cook the big feast for the entire family. Paula Deen has something to be thankful for and so do we because they've filmed themselves in the kitchen cooking the entire delicious thing. Tune in to Deen Brothers Thanksgiving tonight at 8pm ET on Cooking Channel. The Deen Thanksgiving table will be bountiful: a fried turkey with cornbread dressing, sweet potato casserole and New York City cheesecake (thanks, Bobby) with a pumpkin topping, just to name a few delicious dishes. Get all their recipes after the jump.

The Deen Brothers Thanksgiving Menu:

Deen Brothers Thanksgiving premieres Sunday, November 11, at 8pm ET on Cooking Channel.

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