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Thanksgiving is that wonderful time of
year where you can sit back, relax, and
enjoy family time and an indulgent meal.
Maybe you’re looking forward to football
or the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Or, you’ve been waiting all year for that
turkey and pumpkin pie. But if you are
hosting your family’s Thanksgiving dinner,
you may be feeling more stress than
excitement. Don’t fret! Read on for tips
to minimize stress so you can enjoy the
Plan ahead!! Determine your guest list and menu about a
month ahead of time. Make a list of all the ingredients you’ll
need, and shop early for nonperishables to avoid crowded
When selecting recipes, don’t forget about the kitchen
gadgets you’ll need. Do you have a turkey baster Meat
thermometer Roaster Read over each recipe to ﬁnd the
items that are necessary for each dish.
Remember to order your turkey early! And don’t forget that
thawing it out will take time – we’re talking days. The safest
way to thaw a turkey is in your refrigerator on the lowest
shelf (you don’t want raw turkey drippings to fall onto food
The day before Thanksgiving, make any side dishes that you
can. You don’t want to be stuck in the kitchen all day, unable
to socialize and spend time with family and friends.
Don’t be afraid to delegate! There’s no shame in taking
someone up on an offer to bring a side dish or dessert. If
your kids are old enough, have them chop vegetables or help
set the table.
Don’t limit yourself to the typical turkey, stufﬁng, and green
beans. Add a Superfood for a healthy addition! Some fall-
favorite Superfoods include cranberries, pumpkin, apples,
Brussels sprouts, squash, kale, and pomegranate. Recipes are
below to get you started!
If something goes wrong (you forgot to chill the wine! Uncle
Joe forgot to bring the cranberry sauce! The turkey is
burned!), don’t sweat it. It is what it is. Enjoy the time with
your loved ones and give thanks for all the great things