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19 Things To Make For Thanksgiving If You Don't Have An Oven

Do your thing on (or off) the stove and let all those other chumps fight for oven space.

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3. Deep-fry your turkey instead of roasting it for beautifully crispy skin and juicy meat.

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If you have an outdoor space, you can fry a turkey. It's really not that hard or scary, promise! Here's a step-by-step guide to exactly how to do it.

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8. Shake up the usual side game with this beautiful quinoa dish.

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The fennel gets lovely and caramelized during a quick stovetop sauté sesh, and the pomegranate makes this the prettiest thing you'll eat day. Get the recipe.

9. Make stuffing in a slow cooker instead of the oven.

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Try this recipe with thyme, sage, and sausage, or follow the same basic steps with your own favorite stuffing. It's a good idea to line the sides of the crockpot with tin foil so that the bread doesn't burn.

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19. You can also just focus on the part of dessert everyone likes best (ice cream) and make this creamy pumpkin gelato.

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