3 Tips to Help You Have an Exquisite Thanksgiving Feast
Thanksgiving – the (usually) one day of the year where family members and friends get together to have a big and delicious meal. However, for some people, Thanksgiving might just be viewed as an excuse to get together to eat, and not necessarily a “special” celebration.
To help hosts and hostesses take their Thanksgiving dinners to the next level, and to take them from ordinary to extraordinary, we would like to offer up these three tips below.
Take a few extra minutes to set the scene and mood.
Because Thanksgiving is a holiday, you might want to think about pulling out the special family china, picking out some colorful napkins, and finding some fall centerpieces.
Wine is great, but you can always spruce it up with some cider and autumn cocktails.
There is no doubt that wine, most of the time, is the drink people have at their Thanksgiving dinner. However, if you want to make things spicier, consider serving some ciders or even some apple martinis.
Make it a PRIORITY to have a Thanksgiving Toast.
Typically, most people take a few moments to say a prayer or grace before diving into the food. But, you could also use this time to make a toast to all of your friends and family. Not to mention, you can also make it a surprise so that they feel even better about spending the holiday with you.
In the end, Thanksgiving should not just be another meal where family members come together just because they have to, it should be viewed as true special occasion. After all, this holiday only comes once a year, and if you are playing host to family or friends that you haven’t seen for a while, you should take a little bit extra time to make the day special.