Thanksgiving can be a very hectic day. One way to make the day a little less stressful is to prep some of the food ahead of time. There are many foods that can be made earlier in the week, or even the week before, and then frozen for the big day. Ingredients for the turkey and gravy can be put together ahead of time, as well as homemade cranberry sauces and vegetables. This way, most of your food just needs to be thawed one to two days before Thanksgiving and you can focus on family.
- Let me walk you through each dish on the Thanksgiving table and give you some tips and pointers on what you can do now.
- Be smart and make bits and pieces of your meal ahead, before the madness sets in.
- I like to drown everything with turkey gravy, so I want to make sure there’s enough of it to go around and that it’s perfect.
“Make a big batch of turkey stock now from turkey parts, then make the gravy and freeze!”
Read full article here: Love Planning Ahead? You Can Prep These Things Now for Thanksgiving Dinner — Kitchn