By peoplestaff225
Updated December 08, 2020 11:36 AM
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In honor of Thanksgiving, the people of the Interwebs have come up with an awesome new hashtag: #TBThanksgiving.

Today you’re in luck, because we’ve gotten six celebrity chefs—including Rocco DiSpirito, Katie Lee and Duff Goldman—to give us a sneak preview of what they plan to post on Facebook and Instagram on Thanksgiving. Just wait until you see who’s rocking some 1970s overalls! (While you’re scrolling through your timelines, don’t forget to follow PEOPLE Great Ideas on Instagram and Facebook too!)

Think cooking one turkey is stressful? Not when you’re über-chef Rocco DiSpirito. The Restaurant Divided star plans to reveal this 2009 shot to his Facebook fans. “I made three turkeys that year! One fried, one traditional free range organic and one butterball. This one’s a traditional roast alla mama with bacon on top.”

Even nutritionist and Healthy Appetite host Ellie Krieger knows that Turkey Day is a time to bust out the sweets, so she’ll be Facebooking this shot from Thanksgiving 2012. “Last year I made rustic pear tarts, which I just think are ideal for Thanksgiving.”

Acclaimed Greek restauranteur Michael Psilakis flaunts his roots in this early 90s photo. Check him out, third from left! “Even us Greeks give turkey a try on Thanksgiving! Circa 1993. Wow, 20 years ago!”

Top Chef Masters contestant Jenn Louis (@jennlouis) of Portland’s Lincoln and Sunshine Tavern shows with this Instagram shot that you don’t need boring old dough to make a lattice pie topping. “Thanksgiving 2008, I made this apple pie with a bacon lattice for my friend Carl. He loves bacon.”

Um, what wouldn’t we give to trade places with The Kitchen’s Katie Lee (@katieleekitchen)? Last year she was lucky enough to score a seat at her pals’ Bobby Flay and Stephanie March’s holiday table, and has the Instagram cred to prove it. “My #tbthanksgiving is from last year’s celebration at Bobby Flay and Stephanie March’s house. I’m grateful for wonderful friends and family.”

Before he wowed the food world on Ace of Cakes, sugar wizard Duff Goldman (@Duff_Goldman) was all about couch cuddle time (he’s the little dude on the right!). “Here’s me, my brother Willie, and my mom, Thanksgiving 1977.”

—Lexi Dwyer

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