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Thanksgiving Countdown Tip #4:

November 14, 2017

Today is a good day to take stock of cookware and serving pieces while you still have time to shop, borrow or innovate.

Look at your recipes, and make sure that you have the proper pot, pan or ovenproof dish to make it in. You may be cooking in larger quantities than your kitchen is equipped for. For roasting pans and bakeware, there is a variety of disposable items available for very little money. You don’t have to worry about bringing them home if you are taking the food elsewhere, and although not the most environmentally sound choice, going disposable means you don’t have to wash it!

Once things are cooked, they need to be served. No judgment (ok, maybe a little) if you want to serve from the foil pans, but we prefer to plate things. Check for platters, bowls, and utensils for each dish you are making, and be prepared to have to transfer things that others are bringing, although a good guest will bring a serving dish too. (see above) Feel free to ask someone else to bring a serving piece or two that you can return, washed and dried at the end of the evening.

photo: Glasshouse Images

 

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