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25 Thanksgiving Tips from Yankee Magazine

25 Thanksgiving Tips from Yankee Magazine
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silverwareKeep preparations for the big feast effortless using these 25 Thanksgiving tips from Yankee Magazine.

1. First, be thankful. Take time and pause to reflect on the big and small things in your life that you are grateful for.

2. Make a timeline so that you can schedule your day and oven usage.

3. Read through all of your recipes to make sure you are clear about the order of instructions and the ingredients you’ll need.

4. Check and make sure that you have all the pots and pans you’ll need.

5. Check and make sure you have all the plates, flatware, napery, serving utensils, glassware, and chairs that you’ll need. If you are short ask a guest to pitch in.

6. Do as much as you can before BIG Thursday. Most purees can be made a week in advance and frozen. Make the pies, stuffing, etc., the day before.

7. Go easy on the table decor. Avoid fancy and elaborate floral arrangements and knick knacks on your table. You’ll have a lot of color with all the foods being served and with plates passing around and serving utensils poking out here and there, you’ll need more space than usual on your table.

8. Make use of extra hands in your house. The night before rent a movie and put family members to work peeling butternut squash, green beans, or other time-consuming jobs that’ll slow you down the next day.

Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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One Response to 25 Thanksgiving Tips from Yankee Magazine

  1. steve dosh November 8, 2008 at 10:26 pm #

    . .Alo’ha from Pahoa HI 96778 ? Happy T-day . …
    Our Mc Donalds — we call them Wack Arnold’s — have Taro & Poi pies instead of Apple pies
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