A little behind schedule? Still looking for great ideas for Thanksgiving?
Here are the best 10 ideas I’ve read about this year:
1. New side dishes to try. See the Food Network’s “The Best Side Dish Recipes.”
2. Great wines to go with your dinner. Go to Snooth’s “Top Wines for Thanksgiving 2010."
3. Recipes from new cookbooks. See “Top 10 Thanksgiving Recipes From 2010 Cookbooks.”
4. Ideas from chefs about Thanksgiving dinner. Esquire’s “The Great Eat Like a Man Thanksgiving Chef Survey” offers details on the 30 chefs’ choices.
5. How you can make your holiday dinner healthier. Find information at KVAL.com’s “Diet Detective: Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes 2010.”
6. What parts of the dinner cost more this year. Get details from Consumer Nation’s “The Cost of Thanksgiving Dinner 2010.”
7. Entertainment possibilities on the big screen. See Aceshowbiz’s “2010 Thanksgiving Movies Guide.”
8. Vegetarian options to try. Check out the Veg Blog’s “A Vegan Thanksgiving: The 2010 Version.”
9. Gluten-free recipes for guests with special dietary needs. Go to Gluten-Free-Girl and the Chef’s “Gluten-Free Thanksgiving 2010” for tasty suggestions.
10. Tips for getting along on the big day. See The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide’s “How Baby Boomer Can Survive Thanksgiving Day With Their Relatives.”
Good luck. Be sure to keep your stress level down.
Copyright 2010, Rita R. Robison, Consumer Specialist