The table is set with your best dishes, the smell of the food fills the whole house and friends and family came from all over to join the celebration.
Your mouth waters just thinking about the juicy turkey, the creamy mashed potatoes, and the wonderful gravy. Then you wake up and realize you’re running low on cash and short on time.
How are you going to feed everyone? You want it to look nice, but you don’t want it to cost a lot. It’s easy if you follow these simple tips.
The most important item for your Thanksgiving dinner is the turkey. Right now almost every grocery store is offering some type of sale or special. Some even give you one free if you spend a certain amount of money within a month or so.
Find an inexpensive white table cloth. You want white because it’s easy to clean and it can be reused for other occasions throughout the year. Simply change the centerpiece and accessories to change seasons. Ex. Red roses for Valentines Day, Green clovers for St. Patrick’s Day, etc.
Do the sport fans in your group a favor and have at least one television in the home set to football game. There’s always at least one person who wants to check the score, and some who watch the entire game.