Countdown to Turkey Day

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Hello!

We are officially counting down to Thanksgiving 2023.

Thanksgiving is on the 23rd of November this year.

If this is your first Thanksgiving hosting or cooking for your family, we are here to help. We will be covering everything from getting your house ready to host a meal, when and how to invite your guests, food safety—you don’t want to be known for the great deviled egg incident of 2023, do you—menu planning that will please most, how to coordinate the timetable and much more.

Remember, now is probably not the time to take on big home renovations to prepare for your incoming company.

No one needs that kind of pressure. Life is hard enough. As always, we have the printable weekly chore chart to start getting your home ready. You can probably get the public areas of your house presentable in reasonable blocks over the next few weeks. As for that storage room, that’s what locks and boundaries are for.

This will be a good year. Are you ready to join us for Countdown to Turkey Day 2023?

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4 thoughts on “Countdown to Turkey Day”

  1. ooooh, is there a story behind nearly killing your entire family?? Do tell!
    I still have yet to cook a proper Thanksgiving meal (I love to cook) because my mother’s generation still bosses the kitchen and does the important things (I’m allowed to contribute something dumb like rolls). But this year I decided that when turkeys go on sale, I’m buying one and I’m roasting that bugger. It’s TIME. So please talk turkey!

  2. Why yes, there is a story behind nearly killing my entire family (actually, come to think of it, there was The Great Food Poisoning Incident and then there’s every year where I nearly kill them for being irritating, ha!), the food poisoning story will be part of this month’s handy dandy tips.

    As my mama always says, “If you can’t be the good example, at least serve as the horrible warning.” That’s me, the horrible warning. 😉

  3. I am the same way, I love to eat but the cooking and cleaning is for the birds. Luckily this year, it is just us. No extra guests and chaos. As I get older, the more people the less merrier I am. Hahahaha. I would love some great tips on deep frying a turkey and maybe a good pumpkin pie recipe that is different from the norm. Looking forward!

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