Thanksgiving is almost here and it seems as if the to-do list just keeps getting longer. The turkey is brining and decorations have been bought but there seems to be more and more to do. Great Plains Communications understands the stress that can come with preparing a Thanksgiving meal, and wants to help get you out of the kitchen and in spending time with family and friends. We have teamed up with our cable channel, Food Network to bring you three last minute recipes and tips to make sure everything gets checked off your list.
Rachael Ray’s Thanksgiving Squash Soup
This recipe is not only delicious as it brings fall flavors like squash and carrot to your Thanksgiving meal, but it is also healthy. By keeping appetizers on the lighter side, guests can enjoy a heavier and richer entrée.
Tyler’s Ultimate Turkey Gravy
A good gravy can find its place all over a Thanksgiving plate, from the mashed potatoes to the turkey and maybe even a splash on the green bean casserole. This recipe develops deep savory flavor that will be just what your meal needs.
How to Chill Wine Fast
Many Thanksgiving gatherings include some celebratory beverages, if it’s wine, beer or sparkling cider. Here is a quick trick to make sure all the drinks of choice are cold and ready for your guests.
No matter how you celebrate Thanksgiving, if it is with turkey or ham, watching football or taking a nap, Great Plains Communications wants to wish everyone a wonderful holiday weekend.
If you have a family member spending Thanksgiving serving our country this season and you would like to send them something special on us, check out information on our Support our Troops program here.