Stress-Free and Enjoy!
Maybe it’s your first time hosting Thanksgiving dinner. Perhaps it is your 20th and it seems like a strain every year. We’ve scoured the web for the top tips on hosting the perfect Thanksgiving!
Last year, I finally hosted my first Thanksgiving dinner. Up until then, I had always spent it at other people’s homes and enjoyed the fruits of their labor; but after moving and finally having the space to host, my husband and I decided to step up to the plate and take on Turkey Day ourselves.
We asked dozens of experts to share their best Thanksgiving tricks ,and boy, did they give us the goods-from no-cook desserts to dollar-store scores. During the mad dash to get the food out, the stuffing always ends up in the right place!” – Kelly McCants, author of Sewing with Oilcloth “Why …
Is it your turn to host the big holiday meal in your circle of friends and family this year? Or maybe you are the perennial host? Either way, while wonderful and worth it to host such a special gathering, it can get very expensive.
This annual feast can feel like a holiday for everyone except the host. Plus: 18 Complete Thanksgiving Menus to Try » 4. Photocopy, then use a glue stick to attach a piece of card stock to the back of the copied image. To make AN elegant cluster, we selected 8 four- to six-inch pinecones and 8 …
Thanksgiving can be stressful whether it’s your first time hosting or your fifteenth. To keep your stress levels low, try this simple, yet elegant menu from Food Network Kitchens’ cookbook How to Boil Water. Stick with our suggestions or add in some family favorites to make it your own.