Thanksgiving, for most of us, is primarily about the food. So, naturally, it's easy to imagine that our favorite celeb chefs are probably eating the best of the best on Turkey Day. After all, when your life revolves around cooking, you don't exactly get by serving your guests canned cranberries. At least not anymore.
We asked some chefs about the first time they stopped being the "kid" at their family dinner (a role that can last well into your 30s) and became the person hosting the big meal. Even professionals can avoid cooking Thanksgiving dinner well into adulthood, sometimes with mixed results. From dropped turkeys to Friendsgivings done exactly the way they want (and even a box-mix stuffing), here are six chefs on the first time they really hosted Thanksgiving.