Thanksgiving is probably my favorite holiday because I love to cook, bake and entertain. And it’s just two weeks away! Now is the perfect time to start thinking about pre-Thanksgiving preparations. I’m sure you’ve already been thinking about your menu plans. Maybe you’re trying out new recipes or revamping family favorites or sticking to a tried-and-true list of must-haves for your dinner table. But what about those little nagging things you need to do before you start cooking?
Before you stick that turkey in the oven and start setting the table, I’ve got a list of how to get your kitchen ready for Thanksgiving. Most things you probably already do without thinking about it, but it’s nice to have a list you can mentally check off as you make dinner preparations. Most of these things are pretty easy and quick to do with a few more involved tasks that are well worth the extra bit of time and effort.
Think about what Thanksgiving entails – a lot of cooking (and eating) and a lot of cleaning up. These preliminary steps will make things a bit easier on yourself in the cooking and cleaning up department.
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