The pandemic has left many of us with doubt and uncertainty in our minds about how the festive holidays is going to play out. But if there’s anything Americans like more than road trips, it’s recreating moments. Home chefs throughout the country are coming up with methods to make the holiday feel extraordinary even in these weird times. The lack of traditional Thanksgiving formalities like a traditional dinner-table meeting has made people appreciate the finer sentiments about the day. Cooking may be a good way of staying connected, expressing gratitude and making memories.
Recipes and Cooking Tips
If the weather is expected to be favorable on the day at Broadway, think about taking full advantage and throw an outdoor celebration. This makes it easier for several families to gather at a safe distance outside. You can host the party at a nearby recreational area. Organize a feast with a designated food station which enables each family to take turns dishing out their own food. Otherwise, you can portion the food beforehand in individual containers and then distribute it at the party.
Safety in the Kitchen
There are so many things to do on Thanksgiving. Given our current circumstances, social distancing as well as working independently is extremely imperative. Doing many things at once can cause you to be forgetful. To avoid forgetting what is cooking on the stove, set a timer. You can also set reminders on your phone to remind you about certain tasks that need to be completed in the kitchen. Alternatively, you can create a checklist on a white page and stick it on the fridge.
Online Black Friday Shopping
If you are looking for some great savings for this festive season, the Rockridge Market Hall will be having some amazing online Black Friday shopping specials. This includes delicious Thanksgiving specials and Christmas specials which can be ordered online at the best-discounted prices. All products are available for pick up or delivery.
This year’s Thanksgiving celebrations may be a little different from the usual. However, this gives us the chance to create new traditions as well as new memories. It teaches us that the little things do matter. The most important thing is that you remember to keep your spirits high during this festive season.