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Happy Canadian Thanksgiving – But 2 Days Left If Celebrating Wednesday

Thanksgiving DinnerFor those of you, who are celebrating Thanksgiving today…

Happy Thanksgiving!

For those of you celebrating on Wednesday, 2 days left!!!


What to Do Two Days before Thanksgiving
By Shauna Hanus

It is Tuesday [or Sunday in this case] before Thanksgiving and your home is a buzz with excitement. Now is the time for a cool head and to start the cooking. It may be hard to resist the temptation to taste all the pies and treats a bit early but you can resist. You may even be so inclined as to make a little extra for your family to sample early. This is a sly method of keeping happy forks from eating the pies two days before Thanksgiving.

Two days before Thanksgiving:

Calorie Control Pumpkin Pie Filling and Pudding MixNow is the time to make pumpkin pie, parker house rolls and the stuffing for your turkey. You can refrigerate the pies and stuffing and then pull them out the day of Thanksgiving.

Stick with making only the pumpkin pie and other non-pie desserts. This is not the time to make apple or pecan pie. The crusts of these two pies will not hold up for two days in the refrigerator.

If you will be having a first course soup such as pumpkin soup this can be made two days in advance of Thanksgiving. You can also make up casseroles and cranberry sauce at this time.

Sweet potatoes can be prepared at this time and stored in the refrigerator until Thanksgiving. With the sweet potatoes and casseroles simply prepare them in their baking dishes and wait to cook them. They will easily transfer from the refrigerator to a pre-heated oven on Thanksgiving and give you an almost seamless meal preparation.

Shauna Hanus is a gourmet cook who specializes in creating gourmet recipes. She has put together a special Thanksgiving e-Cookbook that gives you 73 recipes to cook your leftover turkey as well as two bonus e-books of a special holiday ice cream cookbook that includes favorites like pumpkin pie ice cream and pecan pie ice cream. She has also put together a holiday planning guide to help you have the most enjoyable Thanksgiving ever. You can find all of these at http://www.turkey-leftovers.com

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I hope you enjoyed today’s installment of Cooking With Kimberly! Until next time…

Eat Deliciously,

Kimberly Edwards 😀

P.S. When I make my pumpkin pies, I prefer to bake them in a glass pie pan, and Pyrex is an awesome brand to use! Check them out here:

Pyrex Glass Pie Pan Pyrex Glass Pie PanYou’ll get great results with this basic pie pan. The wide rim is big enough to support a fluted pie crust edge. Those of you who rely on the ”need to see” baking method will be delighted with these classics.

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