Whether you’re a seasoned chef or a first-time cook preparing a casual dinner with friends, Thanksgiving can be a stressful time in the kitchen. Many of us frantically scan the Internet for new recipes, tips and ideas on what to eat on Thursday. New York Times Cooking knows the risks—she knows her recipes will end up on dinner tables across the country within a few days, and she’s been preparing for this moment since last spring. Not only do the recipe demos, but in-depth videos on green beans, stuffing, and turkey also help us understand why these dishes have become mainstays over the years. They join us to offer tips on how to prepare the ultimate feast and answer your last-minute questions.