Nail the turkey and the wine on Thanksgiving day, and everything will be just fine―even if a few oopses and surprises pop up. So let’s look at turkey size, defrosting time, cooking, storing leftovers and wine pairing made easy.
If you’re hosting Thanksgiving guests for an extended period of time, your food strategy will need to cover more than just Turkey Day. After all, keeping guests fed (and yourself sane) is an art form in itself. Check out our simple strategies
for gobble-worthy breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks, including what to stock up on and how to prep ahead.
Light up Turkey Day with this 5-step craft. The best crafts are fun, easy and have a personal touch. Try this DIY candles craft to get the whole family involved. It’s also a great way to showcase art by the kids! What you’ll need: Pillar
candles Wax paper Copy paper Sharpie permanent markers Tissue paper Glue sticks Scissors A hair dryer How to do it: Step 1 Cut a piece of tissue paper to the size of the candle you’d like to use and layer it over a piece of copy paper.
Lightly dab the glue stick on either end of the tissue paper so it gently adheres to the copy paper. This will keep the tissue paper in place once drawing begins. Step 2 Now it’s time to draw! Ask your kids to show
off their best Thanksgiving art on the tissue paper. Step 3 Gently remove the tissue paper from the cop