How to Take the Stress out of Thanksgiving Dinner
Hosting Thanksgiving this year? Get moving! The pressure is on to create the traditional feast, but it doesn’t have to be a nightmare. This year, take a deep breath, create your menu, then plan your dinner in stages. You can even use organizational tools like a Kanban board to divvy up the responsibilities and plan the whole thing out, day by day.
Getting the ingredients you need isn’t hard either. Use grocery store coupons and hit the stores this week. Compare prices with an app like Favado so you save money. You can also order food online for an even better time-saver, as the website Skinny Chef recommends:
Many grocery stores now have “shop online” services where you can order your groceries over the internet and have them delivered. Canned items, freshly bagged cranberries, potatoes, pastas, dried herbs, and stocks will keep in the pantry or the fridge for up to two weeks.
Read the full Skinny Chef article.