20 November 2012

The Ultimate Survival Guide to Hosting Thanksgiving



Do the words basting and trussing make you break out in cold sweat? Yes, Thanksgiving is just around the corner again, as nervous breakdowns and panic attacks seem imminent.

Fear not: Insatiable has specially formulated an illustrated, day-by-day survival guide to help you host the perfect Thanksgiving. Our schedule planner includes step-by-step instructions on how to tackle the most daunting challenge of preparing the Thanksgiving turkey, to table setting details such as how to fold a napkin into a turkey. Our menu is a feast of traditional Thanksgiving favorites, created from specially selected recipes that allow you to spread the preparation work out over a week to make the big day a breeze for you.


We hope that this guide will help you alleviate the anxiety and stress of preparing the annual Thanksgiving feast, allowing you to bask in the festive mood and enjoy the company of your guests. 

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

1 comment:

  1. What about the fact that washing the bird contaminates your sink and all counter-space around it with poultry germs? Experts have been saying for years that you do not need to rinse your poultry and other meats, just pat them dry with paper towel. Unless people also have time to bleach down their kitchen and anything near the sink for that, you're potentially advising people on how to get their guests sick.

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