It may feel like too much, but saving leftovers can be a good way to minimize overeating on Thanksgiving Day, and can be a way to save money on future meals.There are many creative ways to use Thanksgiving leftovers in new recipes, so you don’t have to throw it out!
Whether you are doing the cooking, or simply showing up, there are some simple do's and don'ts to survive Thanksgiving dinner.Pannell, a lifestyle expert, also listed other don'ts while at the table:Never season the food without tasting it first.
Below, Marc Eliot, a party and event planner, sounds off with some expert advice.This is a family holiday, meaning that the host, or hosts, should be in the mix—and be able to enjoy their company and cuisine.
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Along the way, I've made mistakes in making meal and exercise plans by following bad advice but have also learned a lot about healthy living.Most of the time when you are trying to lose weight, food items labeled as “low fat” or “reduced fat” are enticing.
When planning a dinner party, one word often comes to mind: work.While it can be fun to get friends and family together, the preparation that goes into hosting a dinner party can take the fun out of it.