When was the last time it was YOUR turn to cook for the family and for every relative you have?

If you have had the fortunate opportunity to be delegated to cook thanksgiving dinner, not just for you and your whole family, but for every living relative, then you know how daunting the task can be. Timing has to be just right of course, the bird needs to be in the oven with plenty enough time to cook, and all the side dishes can drive you crazy.

I remember a personal thanksgiving tragedy

I was twelve, and our thanksgiving every year was always spent at my grannie's house ( yes we called her granny ). Every uncle and cousin I had would show up, in anticipation of the traditional turkey spread, except this one time granny was under the impression that someone else was going to bring the bird. We all looked at each other, stomachs growling, and sized up the horror. Every store in Riverside, California was closed except for a Circle K convenience store, we depleted all of their frozen turkey dinners, and took them back to grannies overwhelmed oven. So tip #1, make sure everyone knows who is cooking.

To the rescue for those who may be stumped

If only we had an app on our phone that would cook a perfect thanksgiving spread. I know that's not possible, however, there is a hotline you can call if you find yourself in need of help cooking the feast. No question is dumb enough, they have heard it all. Check it out, here is what butterball.com says on their website "For more than 40 years, the professionally trained turkey experts that make up the Turkey Talk-Line have been answering turkey-related questions each holiday season"

Call 1-800-BUTTERBALL

Have that on your speed dial, you may need it. With over 50 plus experts waiting for your call, they'll help you with any situation whatsoever ( except for being able to kick your uncle off the couch ).

 

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