Thanksgiving is here, and your favorite stars are in the kitchen whipping up their favorite meals. From Heidi Klum's sweet potatoes to Ali Larter's stuffing, celebrities dish on their best holiday meals.
Stars' Thanksgiving Favorites
Heidi Klum's Sweet Potatoes
Heidi will be cooking up a big fat turkey and sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top.
“I like to cook it all! I like turkey; I like stuffing; I like candied yams — I like it all!”
“My favorite dish is the ballgame afterward.”
Glenn Close's Baking Powder Biscuits
Glenn says, “I'm good at making pancakes and baking-powder biscuits.”
Melissa d'Arabian's Potato-Bacon Torte
Melissa d'Arabian is the host of Food Network's “Ten Dollar Dinners.” She says her favorite holiday recipe is her Potato-Bacon Torte.
Joe Pantoliano's Spaghetti and Meatballs
“The Sopranos” star goes Italian for Thanksgiving, with the classic spaghetti and meatballs.
Nancy Pelosi's Chocolate Mousse
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi loves chocolate! For Thanksgiving she makes one of her favorite desserts, chocolate mousse.
Joan Rivers' Pumpkin Bread Pudding
Joan makes her signature pumpkin bread pudding.
James Taylor's Corn Pudding
James says his favorite is corn pudding!
Tofurkey?… “It's a faux turkey that my parents always made for me because I've always been a vegetarian. It's great, you should try it!”
Ali loves stuffing. “More, more, more!”
Christina Milian's Turkey
“Turkey! I'm all about turkey! My mom makes the best gravy in the world. Those are my two favorite things — and some Stove Top stuffing. You can't go wrong with it!”
Laura loves her mother's yams. "My mom's candied yams… she's like a gourmet chef, so she's amazing!
Rachael Leigh Cook's Cranberry Sauce
“I'm a vegetarian. I'm all about stuffing and only canned cranberry sauce. If you can't see a serial number stamped onto it, I don't want it.”
Rashida Jones' Family Stuffing
“Stuffing! We have this incredible, really old recipe in my family that makes me come home no matter where I am.”
Patricia Clarkson's Jambalaya
“I make jambalaya. Rice, sausage, bell peppers, onions and garlic. No secret ingredients. It's a hybrid of a Cajun and Creole jambalaya, adapted from my New Orleanian roots.”
Cynthia Rowley's BBQ Turkey
“I've been making barbecued turkey. You buy a barbecued turkey — it's pre-cooked and barbecued and it's just delicious. You can stuff it with a more exotic, sweet stuffing.”
Holly says she loves all thanksgiving dishes, but if she had to choose one, it would be stuffing.
Emmy Rossum's Snazzy Side Dishes
The actress revealed on “The Bonnie Hunt Show,” “I do a cranberry chutney instead of a cranberry sauce and I do sweet potato pie souffle baked in orange shells.”