Thanksgiving Time Savers

November 17, 2009

Thanksgiving meal on table.Try these ideas to simplify your tasks on the big day:

Planning Ahead:


Keeping Food Hot

By Sherry from Lake Stevens, WA


November 22, 20090 found this helpful

Chop your vegetables on Tuesday and put them in a sealable bag. For onions, put a moistened paper towel in as well to keep the freshness.

November 22, 20100 found this helpful

Cook your turkey ahead in a 9x13 pan and freeze, then pour juice and all in a slow cooker. I use a glass baking dish. You free up the oven for other dishes, and you don't have to worry about salmonella, it's less mess, and you have more time to enjoy your guests.


It tastes the same. I also buy extra legs because more people like dark at my house. Everybody's happy.

November 26, 20112 found this helpful

Thanksgiving morning I ran a load of dishes in my dishwasher. When the load was done and I emptied it, the dishwasher was still very warm inside and moist. I placed the thanksgiving cookie sheets with rolls that needed to rise inside the dishwasher and voila! They were beautifully risen and ready to bake in no time, plus they weren't using valuable counter space!

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