Are you already planning your Thanksgiving dinner menu? You’re not the only one. With people planning holidays earlier and earlier, it’s no surprise that many Americans already know where they are spending the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays this year.
I know … I’m screaming “No … no … not yet!” too.
Are you ready for them to be at your house? I know I’m not. I take holidays one at a time and I haven’t even figured out my Halloween costume yet. Jeesh. At least the folks over at AllFreeSewing.com have a great collection of 17 Homemade Halloween Costumes to choose from.
Thankfully, there are books like this 8 Classic Recipes for the Best Thanksgiving Side Dishes that will help me collect my favorite recipes before the big days get here. If you fans out there are anything like me, I like to look and plan ahead of time, but I don’t want to think … too much … about it until I really have to.
So, let the sleuthing begin. These 8 recipes are not only easy, affordable and delicious, they are great for feeding crowds and can be exactly what you’re looking for to feed even your pickiest eaters. Plus, they are all side dish recipes, which we all know can be even more important than the turkey. In my family, we call side dishes “fillers,” and the more I think about it, the more that makes sense. Fill ’em up before the main course hits the table so they don’t fight each other for the turkey legs.
Give your guests some of the best options this year. I’m sure you’ll be able to find something you love in this free eCookbook. When you download 8 Classic Recipes for the Best Thanksgiving Side Dishes, you can print it out and keep it in your kitchen until November 15-ish, when I’ll be pulling my copy out.
Here’s a peek at what you’ll find in the free 8 Classic Recipes for the Best Thanksgiving Side Dishes eCookbook:
Download it here.