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You spend hours sweeping the floors, dusting the tabletops, scrubbing the bathrooms, and mopping the tile. You light candles, turn on music, and set the food out. Your guests arrive to a beautiful home and head straight to the kitchen to talk to you while you prep the last few bites. As you go to open the fridge you cringe for a moment, remembering how unorganized and filthy it is…67 kids cups, wilted lettuce you bought because you told yourself you were going to start eating more salads, leftovers that were left over weeks ago and
Dinner's done and the dishes are stacked in the kitchen; you're in the middle of cutting four different kinds of pie and scooping ice cream when panic strikes. What to do about coffee? No fear: With a little bit of advance planning and taking stock of what your guests will want caffeine-wise, you can easily prep the perfect mug for everyone at the dinner table—which hopefully will keep your guests awake long enough to help with the clean-up.
Do you ever get so busy cooking your holiday meals that you completely forget about appetizers? This happens in our house all the time and we end up with chips and salsa or a sad cheese plate as our pre-dinner snacking spread. One of my goals for the holidays this year is to come up with as many make-head dishes as possible so I can spend the day-of enjoying my family and friends rather than stressed out and stuck in the kitchen.