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During the coming weeks, we will be re-posting some of our classic Thanksgiving related articles and advice.
If you’re planning on making a Thanksgiving dinner, whether for yourself, your family or friends, or for a special someone, the first thing you have to do is plan your dinner.
Here are some ideas to help your holiday battle with the bulge.
If you live alone, don’t be afraid to make something else. Turkey may be traditional, but you’d be better off with something smaller rather than rely on a frozen dinner or one of those processed turkey loaves swimming in salt-laden gravy.
We’ve talked about soup mixes, muffin mixes and spice blends. But for the winter, you might want to try something to make hot drinks.
If you start now, you can do a few each week and not be rushed.
If you’re looking for a little extra luck in a new year that includes more than a dozen Friday the Thirteenths, here are some ideas.
You can use turkey just about anywhere you’d use chicken: pizza, pasta, stir fry and more.
Cornbread goes well with this holiday feast. Not only does it make great dressing, but it’s darn tasty all by itself with a little butter.