Last day of our Thanksgiving countdown! Today's advice: don't freak out

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We hope your Thanksgiving is a little less weird than John Currin's.
  • We hope your Thanksgiving is a little less weird than John Currin's.

OK, so tomorrow is the big day. You're either completely ready, with groceries stuffing the fridge and a few items already prepped, or in wait-WHAT-tomorrow?? mode. If the latter, don't freak out. Below is a list of various suggestions and tips we've pulled together for you over the years.

Just eight more days! Our Thanksgiving countdown kicks off with eight unexpected veggie side dishes

Seven days until Thanksgiving, seven new ways to love potatoes and gravy

Six days to Thanksgiving: six easy, beautiful make-ahead desserts (and they aren’t all pie!)

Five days until Thanksgiving: What beverages go best with turkey and family fights?

Bird, bird, bird, the bird is the word: four offbeat methods of cooking your Thanksgiving turkey

Three days until Thanksgiving: Three ways to shake up tradition

Two special Thanksgiving menus: vegetarian/vegan and gluten-free

Thanksgivukkah!


Have a great turkey day!



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