13 Days of Turkey continues with the ultimate topping. Sure, you could serve your guests turkey gravy from a packet, a jar, or a can.  But it's actually incredibly easy to make on your stovetop and incorporates all the beautiful juices leftover from cooking the bird.  Follow these four steps as demonstrated by Chef Hosea Rosenberg, and you'll whip up a mouth-watering gravy that will rival even your dearest family recipes.

Recap:

Step 1: make roué using butter and flour

Step 2: whisk in chicken broth

Step 3: deglaze the roasting pan with white wine

Step 4: incorporate roué into roasting pan juices