With three adult children and their spouses going to in-laws for an early dinner, I decided to have a progressive dinner for them. I would prepare the main course and take out trays would be available in case of overeating at the in-laws' homes.
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This is not really a recipe but a suggestion. I have for several years now served the small ears of corn you find in the freezer section. You can heat them at the last minute so they can be served hot.
Believe it or not now is the time to start organizing your holiday meal. It does not matter whether your planning for 4 or 40, there are a few things you can do now to make it a whole lot easier on yourself on the big day.
Get your kids involved in Thanksgiving dinner! Have them help decorate the table by making candy cornucopias for place cards: using ice cream cones, write each guest's name on the cone with decorator frosting.
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Yes, we always have a turkey and a ham for those that don't like turkey. But not for me! I am a vegetarian but I get to eat the trimmings, yum! Happy Thanksgiving to you All! Gina
I am working on Thanksgiving Day and my kids, grand-kids and great grand-kids will go to their extended families for the big turkey dinner.
We will all get together on Saturday and I am fixing ham since I'm sure everyone will have had enough turkey by then!
Has anyone tried the Butterball fully cooked smoked turkey? Is it good enough to serve to guests for Thanksgiving?