With some smart strategies and the right supplies, you'll be able to relax come Thanksgiving Day.
There are things you have figured out by now: when and where to order the turkey, what tablecloth to use, which cousins not to sit near one another.
But what about those less expected (and less publicized) loose ends that crop up every time you host Thanksgiving? Like, what's the most fail-safe plan for hosting a potluck (to make sure you don't end up with one turkey surrounded by nearly a dozen green bean casseroles)? Or what's the best way to organize the refrigerator so it doesn't resemble a precarious stack of Jenga blocks? And what, exactly, are you supposed to do with the carcass before it's time for those dreamy day-after leftover sandwiches?
We took these burning questions and more to our editors, to find out how they manage coordinating this annual feast. Because despite the industrial kitchen they use at work, when they're home with their families, their setups look just likeRead More »from You're Welcome: The Ultimate Hour-By-Hour Guide to Hosting Thanksgiving