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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Top 5 Get-Yourself-Through Thanksgiving Resources, Excluding Alcohol

Posted By on Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 11:00 AM

Thanksgiving is about two weeks away, and you're probably a little stressed out. Between crazy family and crazier family, it can be hard to figure out how you're getting food on the table. It's okay, we've compiled a list of the best classes, clinics, and resources to help you get that perfect feast on the table. Or make dinner reservations, whatever. Now that we've taken care of your meals plans, you better start doing sun salutations, hit the shooting range, or do whatever it is you do so that you don't smother your mother in the mashed potatoes. Happy Holidays!

No-Bake Pumpkin Pie With Gingersnap-Hazelnut Crust & Gingered Whipped Cream. - CRAIG LEE
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  • No-Bake Pumpkin Pie With Gingersnap-Hazelnut Crust & Gingered Whipped Cream.

5. SF Gate Thanksgiving Section

Big ups to the Chron for putting together a holiday section to rival... other paper's holiday sections. Doing us proud! Find restaurants, classes, cooking techniques, recipes, and pretty much everything else in their comprehensive guide to the big day. They even have illustrations showing you where to put that thermometer. Don't be fresh!

4. Rainbow Grocery Healthy Store Tour, Thanksgiving Edition

Get stoked for eating a metric ton by shopping with the expert food lovers at Rainbow Grocery. This special Thanksgiving tour promises to teach the basics, give inspiration, provide recipes, and leave you ready to cook up a healthy storm this holiday season. Your family won't even know it's good for them. Holiday trickery!

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