Put a little extra fun and sweetness into Thanksgiving for the kids by helping them craft a cute take-home turkey (or make them ahead of time to pass out as party favors).
There’s no need to break the bank for one day of celebrating. Your family and friends will be glad to see you and that’s what matters most. Before you make your shopping list, consider these tricks that will save you a few bucks here and there.
We all like to express appreciation for an invite, but sometimes there’s that awkward little shuffle at the door. Your host greets you with a hectic hello and a quick thanks, while thinking about their simmering pots on the stove or the appetizers that need to go on a tray.
Thanksgiving revolves around food (see Tip #1) and these simple suggestions will help you pull together your holiday feast faster and easier than ever. Increase your storage space and speed up the chores with these handy tips!
When planning your first Friendsgiving you want everything to be just perfect. Right? Well, the first rule is don’t worry so much!
Hosting a potluck Thanksgiving makes you the official menu manager, meaning it’s up to you to ensure that all the major food items and accompanying sides make it to the dinner table.
Whether you’re waiting for dinner to finish cooking or trying to get moving after eating, having an activity like the Cranberry Relay at the ready will ensure your guests are entertained.
A welcoming Thanksgiving table sets the tone for the evening. Your guests will appreciate the thoughtful way you’ve presented everything to them—right down to the silverware.
Created by: Krissy Allori, Self Proclaimed Foodie
The only thing better than celebrating Thanksgiving with friends and family is enjoying an easy and stress free Thanksgiving with friends and family!
Created by: Lauren Saylor, A Fabulous Fete
When it comes to entertaining, there are a few tricks I have up my sleeve. They’re simple but clever tips to remember to help you host with ease. You can easily adapt these to any entertaining situation. So read them, memorize them, and use them to make sure you host your best Friendsgiving dinner yet!
Created by: Jessica Williams, Butter With A Side of Bread
With a holiday in which the meal is the main event, it can be difficult to estimate just how much food to make. No one wants to have so much leftover that it spoils, however with the right amount of leftovers you can enjoy all your hard work for a few more days! Here's a quick guide to help you decide just how many dishes and how much of each to serve on Thanksgiving.
Created by: Molly McBride, RD, LD – Kroger Corporate Dietitian
It’s autumn, and Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Have you started thinking about what kinds of plants you can incorporate in or around the center of your plate this holiday season?
Created by: Julia Mueller, The Roasted Root
When you’re getting ready to cook a big holiday dinner for your family, food blogger Julia Mueller of TheRoastedRoot.net has an easy Guide to Surviving Holiday Cooking that will give you confidence to spare in the kitchen. Here are her tips for serving an absolutely delicious dinner.
Created by: Cathy Pollak, Noble Pig
Cathy Pollak, food blogger for NoblePig.com, has a tried-and-true method for packaging up Thanksgiving leftovers. Follow these tips so that everyone can wake up the next day and enjoy a turkey-stuffing sandwich with a side of mashed potatoes, and enjoy other memories from the meal for weeks and even months to come.
Fresh Turkey, Less Prep Required
No need to roast your own turkey. Just call or visit our Deli to order a precooked bird, along with anything else you may need for the big day. We have a great variety of main course, side items, party trays, and desserts available and with just 48 hours notice, our Deli can work holiday miracles.
Holiday Platters Are In Season
Party Platters from the Deli and Bakery have you covered when it comes to holiday cold cuts, cheeses, and more. No matter what the occasion or number of guests, these holiday party platters make a no fuss holiday dinner that much easier.
Strut Your Turkey Stuff
For a stunning presentation, serve your next turkey or roast on a bed of dark green lettuce. Add texture with whole pears, small apples, and sprigs of fresh herbs.