Roast vegetables are tasty in their own right, but when they're roasted in the juices of a Thanksgiving turkey, they're downright splendid. Hours of dripping turkey juices give the veggies rich flavor while the long cooking time makes them so soft they'll yield to the gentle pressure of a fork. And heck, they're a much tastier way to raise a turkey off the bottom of a pan (instead of a rack). But there are some things to keep in mind when roasting up those veggies.

Check out the slideshow above for some tips on roasting vegetables for your holiday dinner this Thanksgiving!

For more Thanksgiving tips and tricks, try Five Secrets for a Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey.

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