The star of that Thanksgiving dinner is, of course, that perfectly roasted and stuffed turkey. The bird has a number of equally delicious co-stars on that table and the Food Network chef's have some easy and taste tempting suggestions.

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Tyler's Mashed Potatoes--The ultimate creamy concoction, Tyler's mashed potatoes pair perfectly with homemade turkey gravy.
Alton's Southern Biscuit --Alton's tender biscuits rely simply on cold buttermilk, good butter, shortening and plenty of leavener.
Perfect Cranberry Sauce--Don't miss out on the perfect cranberry sauce recipe, with just a bit of citrus zest to bring out the flavor.
Rachael's Easy Orange Scented Green Beans--Follow Rachael's lead to whip up a company-worthy, 8-minute veggie with a flavorful citrus punch.
Sweet Potatoes and Marshmallows--Sunny makes a simple syrup of brown sugar, butter and water to give extra sweetness to her potatoes.
Sweet Potato Casserole--Anne roasts sweet potatoes and mixes in dried apricots, honey, cinnamon and orange juice and zest. Sprinkle with an oatmeal crisp topping for a dessert and side dish all in one.
Creamed Corn Cornbread--Alton says a piping hot cast-iron skillet is a must to make this creamed corn cornbread. Serve right out of the skillet for a rustic presentation or invert onto a platter.

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There are literally dozens of other mouth watering Food Network side dishes to choose. The tough part will be deciding which ones will grace your Thanksgiving table.