We’re back with another submission for this month’s Healthy Living Tuesdays series: Healthy Entertaining!
The best part of our HLT series is the open-invitation to participate. Here’s how you can play along: Sometime in the next few weeks, write a post on your own blog under the “Healthy Entertaining” theme. When the last Tuesday of the month shows up, we’ll host a link up. Participating is a great challenge: How will you make your post stand out in a community of bloggers writing under the same theme? Plus, the link up at the end of the month is an awesome way to promote your greatest content!
Between now & then, we’ll be showing off some of our members own posts on the subject manner – so, be sure to come back and visit each week to get a taste of how others are tackling the topic themselves. It’s a great way to find new bloggers to read and get to know your fellow HLB Members. [If you’re interested in writing for future Healthy Living Tuesday featured posts, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.]
Thanksgiving is only two weeks away (say what?), so it is time to get planning! I know things can seem overwhelming – the turkey alone can be intimidating for many people, and then you add in the potatoes, the sides, the pie, the gravy, the stuffing? It is enough to scare even experienced cooks away from hosting Thanksgiving. But it doesn’t have to be! Just be smart in your menu planning, and follow a few key tips to keep yourself calm, collected and in control for Thanksgiving. If you play your cards right, I’ll bet you even enjoy it!
Let’s start with designing that menu. Follow this flowchart, complete with recommended recipes, to make your menu:
Click here to see the rest of the flowchart and read the "stay calm while cooking Thanksgiving dinner" tips on Savvy Eats.