It’s Thanksgiving Day and if you’re hosting your very first Thanksgiving dinner, you may have no idea what to prepare for your guests. Turkey? Gravy? Stuffing? If those words don’t ring a bell, fear not! I’m here to help. It turns out that throughout the history of popular music, artists have been giving clues as to what you could (and should) be including on your menu by naming their songs after beloved food and drink. Lucky for you, I went through and sorted out the cream of the crop, the ones that’ll make your guests’ stomachs rumble and their feet tap. A little something for everyone.

Action Bronson – “Tapas”
As the host of web series, “Fuck, That’s Delicious,” I think Action Bronson knows a thing or two about good food. Who doesn’t want tapas served to them by an overweight, bearded rapper? That’s what I thought.

Animal Collective – “Applesauce”
Applesauce is always better with a little psychedelia swirled in.

The Beach Boys – “Vegetables”
Harmonically gorgeous vegetables are the best vegetables.

The Beatles – “Savoy Truffle”
Don’t know what savoy truffle is without Googling it? Me neither! And it doesn’t matter! The Beatles are singing about it, so it has to be good for you.

Beck – “Peaches & Cream”
Just listening to the way Beck sings “peaches and cream” makes me hungry.

James Brown – “Mashed Potatoes”
Only James Brown can make a side dish seem so soulful and rhythmic.

Snoop Dogg – “Gin & Juice”
Thanksgiving got you feeling anxious or stressed? Just sip on some gin and juice and watch your problems melt away. Take it from Snoop Dogg.

Kelis – “Milkshake”
To those of you who still think it’s sexual/genital innuendo: get your mind out of the gutter! Milkshakes are delicious.

Led Zeppelin – “Custard Pie”
Like Kelis, Led Zeppelin know a thing or two about fine desserts and nothing about sexual innuendo.

Pissed Jeans – “Cafeteria Food”
Office monotony got you down? Have some cafeteria food to wash it down!

A Tribe Called Quest – “Ham ‘N’ Eggs”
The most important meal of the day is even more important when brought to you by A Tribe Called Quest.

Rufus Wainwright – “Cigarettes & Chocolate Milk”
Give in to your vices: have some cigarettes and chocolate milk! As Kanye says, “Why everything that supposed to be bad make me feel so good?”

Tom Waits – “Eggs & Sausage”
In case you don’t like your eggs with ham, Tom Waits is serving up some sausage of a drunken, beat poet variety.

Jack White – “Sixteen Saltines”
That’s right, Jack White, lick your fingers.

Hank Williams – “Jambalaya”
Jambalaya with just the right amount of Southern twang.