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Hot Chocolate

The beauty of this drink is that you can use whatever spirit moves you at the moment. For a straight boozy punch, bourbon or dark rum works well. For a little less alcohol and some added complexity, try a liqueur such as Benedictine, Drambuie or Tuaca.

This hot chocolate recipe is featured in our A Cook's Thanksgiving guide. Find the entire dinner menu in the This Month's Feast section of our website. Pair it with Concord Grape Pie (recipe included here).

Thanksgiving traditions are part of what makes the holiday special. But every so often your standby dishes are due for some new ideas. Spruce up this year's menu with our ultimate turkey and gravy recipe, served up with modern versions of your favorite sides and finished with warming pie and cocktail combos.