Welcome to November! It’s time to fully kick off the holiday season! This is my favorite time of year, the world seems to slow down just a little bit and it won’t be long until we see our first snowfall.
All this month we will be talking food and prepping for Thanksgiving. The holidays don’t have to be to unhealthy and full of junk foods. They can be full of awesome food that is good for you. Sure you’re going to eat your fair share of desserts but whatever. Don’t dwell on the bad, focus on the good.
This month leading up to Thanksgiving I’ll be sharing tips and tricks on how to make the big day run smoothly along with sharing a few recipes so that you can have a game plan to create a home cooked Thanksgiving dinner. We are going to be keeping things simple! If you have never cooked a big meal like this before, then this series will be perfect for you! Everything will be easy to make AND a lot of things can get prepped ahead of time leaving you some breathing room on the big day.
Yes it’s going to take some planning and some time spent in the kitchen but having a home cooked dinner is well worth it. It will be relaxing and you’ll be able to impress your family with the awesome meal you made!
If you have any questions about cooking Thanksgiving dinner or cooking for the holidays, fire away! I’ll be sure to answer them in an upcoming post!