Before we all set away to enjoy time with loved ones, we’re serving up a heaping scoop of Thanksgiving fodder.
Looking for a chic and fun way to serve the traditional turkey meal? Think bite-size, we’ve got the menu covered. Or go untraditional! Who says you have to serve a big bird? Whip up chicken liver pate or lasagna.
If you’re creatively spent after cooking up all those delicious sides, follow our lead on what to do with your leftovers.
Have guests coming over in a few hours? Start by shoveling your entire messy home under the bed. Once that’s done, see what to do next to prepare the home for entertaining. After all, hosting ain’t easy! Take a few tips from Sara Syrett, one hostess who stays cool under pressure.
True story: Last year I used a canvas dropcloth as a makeshift tablecloth when I realized (an hour before dinner) that I forgot to buy one. Don’t sweat this year’s setting of the table, we got budget-friendly ways to make it look nice for less. And it’s not too late to rent extra chairs or tables to make room for all your friends and family!
Being thankful should be a year-round occasion. See other ways people give thanks around the world. Take some time during this holiday break to write a few thank you notes. Gratitude comes in all forms.
One Krrb member shares her family’s Thanksgiving traditions in a weekend of fun. It’s chockfull of good times. Speaking of traditions, the Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City comes with a long history that includes live animals and daredevil pilots!