I haven’t cooked much lately. It’s got something to do with those tasks that put a paycheck in my account each month, I’m sure. But the food writer Elaine Corn sent me a link to her most recent blogpost about how to organize a Thanksgiving dinner without crying or wanting to divorce your family. It struck me as so commonsensical, so “look, it’s not rocket science”, and so refreshingly straightforward, with infinite potential for gussing it up that I felt I had to put a link to it here. And it’s so Elaine.

You’ll find her post here.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

3 thoughts on “Elaine Corn’s Thanksgiving Strategy for the Overwhelmed

  1. Sally -i have tried several times to get on to your email notification list. but so far no reply(as stated). My details are below and I love Shadowcook -don’t usually do blogs but yours is great and so practical. Many thanks , Betty

    1. Betty — you are so kind. I’ve been out of the country for a month. Over the past few months, I haven’t paid much attention to cooking. I’m in the process of rethinking my approach to cooking for myself. My time in London and Spain gave me a lot to think about. Hope you keep checking in. I’ll get back to business!

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