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.
Don’t feel like you have to have, or cook, a turkey for Thanksgiving. There are lots of choices out there.
Stir-frying is one of my favorite ways to cook. It’s fast. It allows for the addition of lots of flavor without a lot of fat.
You can use turkey just about anywhere you’d use chicken: pizza, pasta, stir fry and more.
There are so many methods available. But we think it is best to stick with the tried-and-true until you gain more experience.
It doesn’t matter whether you are cooking for just you and a few friends, or you’re making a big family dinner. You need to be ready.
While you do not have to cook a turkey for Thanksgiving, most people will. And you have choices.
If you live alone, don’t be afraid to make something else. Turkey may be traditional, but you might be better off with something smaller.
As this is our final series of posts about making a big holiday dinner, it’s a good time to go over it all before we launch ourselves into the final topic.