(TheRedWire.com) – Thanksgiving is finally here. It’s the time of year when millions look forward to eating one of their favorite meals. Across the televisions screens, magazine covers, and social media, one can find pictures of beautifully prepared turkeys and table settings that make one’s mouth water. But what if you’re a beginner to Thanksgiving dinner preparations? We’ve got you covered. It doesn’t have to be an intimidating experience.
According to a New York Times article, there’s a scaled-down menu for beginners that’s absolutely delicious. You get all the flavor without all the headache. Most of the recipes only call for an oven pan and a large skillet. Here’s the best part: Everything cooks at 350 degrees, so there’s no need to adjust your oven’s temperatures.
Eight days until Thanksgiving! If you're hosting for the first time and find yourself a bit lost, @ericjoonho has crafted a beginner's guide to the holiday that anyone can tackle. https://t.co/eNaVgD8jg5
— NYT Cooking and Food (@nytfood) November 17, 2021
The ingredients are just as simple. There are a limited number of components required, and many of the recipes use the same ones over and over. Here’s another bonus: You don’t have to spend the entire day in the kitchen. You can make most of the menu items the day or night before Thanksgiving and simply reheat them to serve. This plan reduces your stress so you can enjoy the atmosphere of Thanksgiving with your friends and family. So, check out the Twitter link, get the recipes, and have a Happy Thanksgiving!
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