The Epicurious Recipes app is free and has a whole section dedicated to Thanksgiving, filled with nearly 200 recipes from Gourmet and Bon Appétit magazines. If you like picking your dishes out a bunch of options, this app can provide you with the variety you're looking. It has a ton of turkey recipes, like Clementine-Salted Turkey with Redeye Gravy and Sage Butter-Roasted Turkey, and also provide you with vegetarian-friendly holiday recipes.
Chow Thanksgiving Dinner Coach 2
If you're just starting out in the kitchen and find too many recipe options overwhelming (like me!), then Chow is the app for you. Instead of thousands upon thousands of recipes, there's only nine...and they cover all the basics of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, (like roasted turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie, etc)...which means you'll have Turkey Day covered. And it's free!
One of the things I hate most about cooking is that I'm terrible at math...which makes figuring out the ounces, cups, pints and quarts a nightmare. That's where this app comes in handy! Ratio acts as an ingredient calendar, so if you have more or less of an item that a recipe calls for, it'll adjust the measures accordingly. It costs 4.99, but you'll probably use it all the time. Problem solved!
Harvest App 5
Do you ever really know if you're picking out the best watermelon? For $1.99, you can get help from Harvest, an app that guides you in picking the freshest, ripest, and healthiest produce for the season.
If you're never quite sure what wine to buy or which will go best with your meals, this free app will act as your personal vino expert. All you have to do is choose the main ingredients in your dishes and sauces and it will generate a "meal DNA," which you can then use to find the perfect wine match.
Open Table 7
Just in case things go wrong in the kitchen, use this free app to check which nearby restaurants still have available tables and then make a quick reservation!