Gravy isn’t difficult, but it has the reputation of being intimidating, perhaps because it’s often the final thing to make and rush to the table moments before everyone gathers to eat. When hot pans, hungry guests, and the good dishes are zipping in and out of the kitchen, it’s challenging for any cook to focus on getting the gravy just right. The smartest strategy is to make it ahead, in stages, as time allows. Knock out the turkey broth weeks in advance and make the gravy a few days ahead, so that the only thing left to do on the actual holiday is warm it up and stir in the finishing touches.
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