[tweetmeme source=”plassappliance”]Another Thanksgiving day celebration is upon us! It’s a time to be thankful and enjoy great food, fun, and family time with loved ones. But as we all know, hosting and preparing a Thanksgiving day celebration for your family and friends is no easy task. Whether you host the holiday every year, or perhaps you’ve never hosted and this is your first time having everyone over, it can sometimes be stressful situation. But don’t let the holiday hoopla get the best of you before the day is here. Through preparation and planning you too can host a terrific Thanksgiving day event. Here are some great turkey tips and top-rated recipes to help you pull off an incredible Thanksgiving.
Giada’s Turkey With Herbes de Provence and Citrus: Feeling a little more confident than just preparing the World’s Simplest Turkey Recipe, try this Italian-style turkey roasted with lots of fresh herbs and a touch of citrus from Food Network Star Giada DeLaurentiis.
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Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes: Now not everyone eats meat, so don’t forget your vegan and vegetarian friends. Try out these meat-free main dishes from Epicurious to please your guests with vegetarian standouts.
60 Best Thanksgiving Sides: Looking for side dishes to make to go along with your Turkey? Southern Living has an incredible listing of 60 of the Best Thanksgiving Side Dishes that leaves a little something for everyone from family favorites to tasty new creations.
Thanksgiving Desserts: No matter who your guests are, everyone will make room for dessert. Especially when they look like this…
Thank Goodness for Thanksgiving Leftovers!: Sure you’re going to have leftovers. You cooked enough food to feed a small army. Here’s some great tips on how to turn those cold leftovers into something new from Country Living.
We hope that you found these recipes and turkey tips helpful in preparing for your Thanksgiving Day Celebration. Be sure to share these with your family or friends if you feel you’ve found one that could become a family tradition. Do you have any Thanksgiving favorites of your own? Share them with us here so that all of our readers can try your recipe out as well. Have a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving everyone!