Spotify & # 39; s beloved Turkey Timer is back this year with another set of Thanksgiving playlists – taking just the right amount of time to prepare your turkey.
The creators of playlists at the site for streaming music know that all turkeys are not the same: the bigger the bird, the longer he has to stay in the oven.
So using their handy tool, users only need to select the weight of their turkey and whether it is filled or not filled, and the app loads a number of songs to help you through cooking.
What is cooking? Spotify & # 39; s Turkey Timer is back this year with a different set of Thanksgiving playlists – taking just the right amount of time to prepare your turkey
Everything about your bird: this tool allows users to select the bird's waiting time and determine whether the filled or unfilled product is to determine how long it should cook
The playlists are designed to be used as a timer – so when the songs run out, your turkey is ready.
Users select the weight and whether it is filled or not filled and the site will recommend at what temperature your turkey should cook and how long it should be roasted.
Then choose a genre: R & B, country, oldies, holidays, Latin or pop.
The site spits out a suitable playlist, each of which has a nice turkey cooking name.
The poplist is called Bastin & # 39; and contains hits by Ariana Grande and Drake. R & B fans get All the Seasonings for music by Mary J. Blige and Bruno Mars.
Set the mood: once that data is entered, the user selects a type of music, such as pop, R & B or holiday songs
Genius! Spotify then gives a playlist that is perfect for the length needed to prepare a turkey
Tarnished! They also came up with a Stuffed Snooze playlist when the tryptophan starts
Country lovers get Deep Fried for Luke Bryan and Rascal Flatts tunes, while oldies fans can listen to Fam Faves, who plays everything from Demi Lovato to Aretha Franklin.
Finally there is the Latin playlist, called Sabor de Sangsgiving, and the festive playlist, called Holiday Countdown.
Pro tip: playlists are best deactivated – the last song reminds you to take your food out of the oven and calls your hungry guests to the dining table.
Spotify also recommends playing the playlists with no shake, because the last track contains a reminder to get food out of the oven.
And when everything is said and done, there is a Stuffed Snooze & # 39; playlist, & # 39; help you napping once the leftovers are stored & # 39 ;.