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Making Quick And Easy Dinner For Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day, also known as the Harvest festival, is the time when friends and family meet together to enjoy some quality time, seek blessings of elders and also express gratitude for a good year harvest. It is the time to prepare festive meals and savor each and every morsel of the food, for it is almost regarded as a fortune to enjoy the delicacies that are unknown to many in the world.

The prime attraction of this celebration is the festive dinner as it reflects the true spirit of the occasion. The meal is usually centered on a large roasted turkey, and so this day is also sometimes referred to as the Turkey Day or Poultry Day. Besides turkey, a number of delicious side dishes are prepared on the day, including mashed potatoes, beans, casseroles, breads and desserts.

Apart from preparing the festive meal, one has to plan for several preparations that go into a successful Thanksgiving dinner. Following are some of the tips that must be kept in mind while organizing a Thanksgiving Event:

  • Use good quality tablecloths and big, heavy and soft fabric napkins to make a good impression on your guests.
  • Mix and match silverware, dinnerware and glasses. Position them nicely, for a balanced look and make your table look festive and colorful.
  • Make sitting arrangements in such a way, that all family members and guests or children should not feel alienated.
  • At every table place setting, keep cards with the name of the person on the plate, so as to avoid confusion.
  • While serving wine to the adults, children must be served sparkling cider, or they might feel left out.
  • Keep ready a pile of clean dishtowels ready in the kitchen, where they would be easily accessible for any guests who might want to help.
  • Turn the television off during Thanksgiving Dinner. So that you can share most of your time with family and friends, and not to waste time watching the idiot box.
  • While planning the menu, make sure that all things can be served easily on one dinner-size plate. Do not keep soup in the menu for buffet-style dinner.
  • Try to match things visually and taste-wise, while planning the menu. Visual appeal is as much necessary as delicious taste.
 
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