New Email Series: The Ultimate Guide to Making Your Thanksgiving Dinner Easy as Pie!
I’m super excited to announce a new (free!) email series that I just launched called The Ultimate Guide to Making Your Thanksgiving Dinner Easy as Pie. You may have seen a new notification about it when you visited my site and I wanted to take a moment to tell you all about it.
So, what’s this about?
Halloween is behind us and everyone will soon be turning their food focus to Thanksgiving.
Things may or may not look different for your holiday this year – maybe you’re having the Thanksgiving celebration you’ve always had… maybe you’re cutting back and having a small gathering… or maybe you’re keeping it to immediate family at home… no matter how you’re celebrating, my guess is that you’re going to EAT! 😋
My core mission for this site has always been to instill confidence in home cooks and home bakers so that you can strut into the kitchen knowing that you’re capable of creating whatever delicious project you feel like tackling.
For many people, pulling off a holiday meal, even for just a few people, can be an intimidating prospect. I want to make it as approachable and joyful as possible, so I’ve gathered all of my best menu tips, recipe ideas, prep timelines, and more to help you execute the best Thanksgiving dinner yet!
You’ll get 1 email per day for 5 days to get you prepped and ready for Thanksgiving, then I’ll pop back into your inbox once a week after that with some of the most popular (and my favorite!) recipes that you may have missed over the last 13 years 😍
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Maybe you’re cutting back and having a small gathering Chinese foood
or maybe you’re keeping it to immediate family
I cant wait!
Michelle, could you please post about how Thanksgiving Day runs in your home from the time your guests arrive? I do pretty well with the planning and food prep. I can set a nice table and get the meal on the table. My big struggle is with the entertaining aspect. What time do your guests arrive? How soon do you put out the appetizers? How do you handle drinks or the bar? Are you with your guests or in the kitchen? How quickly do you move to serving dinner? What are your guests doing while waiting for dinner – just talking? Do you move from dinner directly to dessert or take a break? What do you do after dinner? (I do remember you have chestnuts!) In the home I grew up in, people arrived and we sat down to dinner. When that was over and the women had cleaned up, we played card games. I never liked card games and as soon as I was old enough to have my own opinion, I would go for a walk after dinner, usually by myself. In my husband’s family, they sit around and talk and the talk always turns to politics – ugh. I never feel confident that I know how the actual event should flow and would appreciate your insight. You seem to have a good handle on how to entertain. Thank you – hope you are enjoying everything about this season leading up to the holidays!
Thanks for this new series. Not sure HOW I’m cookin’ this year, but it will just be Dad and me. Sigh. last year had bro and sis-in-law, and a couple of new friends who wouldn’t have done anything special by themselves. 6 people = actual turkey and all the fixings. Hope to see some fun ideas!
Michelle, what a super idea. I sure can use ideas and recipes.
Love it! Great idea. 😁
Thank you! :) Hope you’ll enjoy it!