Thanksgiving: the one day a year it’s absolutely acceptable to eat your daily calorie intake in one sitting. Turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, and pumpkin pie… just thinking about Thanksgiving dinner is making us want to put our Thanksgiving pants on. (Joey on Friends anyone?) However, to enjoy the feast of all feasts, someone’s got to do the cooking and this year it looks like you’re the head chef. (Chef hat optional.)
This is your chance to show your family and friends that you can cook more than just Ramen. Cooking a Thanksgiving dinner that is edible is ideal obviously, but bonus points if your family wants multiple helpings.
The process of cooking Thanksgiving dinner can be a roller-coaster of emotions. Grab your cookbooks, Pinterest recipes, and can of cranberry sauce and get cooking, good looking! For a preview of what’s to come when cooking Thanksgiving dinner for your family, read on.
Finding the perfect Pinterest recipe, but upon closer inspection realizing the prep time is 2 hours.
Not really knowing what you’re doing, but you owning it like you do. 🙃
Assembling a team because you realize this is way too much work for one person.
Waiting for the timer to go off.
Realizing the timer never went off because you forgot to set it.
Trying to handle the fact you burned the turkey and your parents are coming in an hour.
Ordering take out and and buying apps to plate as your own.
When your friends/family compliment you on the amazing job you did organizing Thanksgiving dinner this year.
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