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Fall fruit and nuts

Stressed about cooking for the holidays? Here are some pointers to help you prepare for the big day and the days leading up to it.

1. Ask for help:
Do not try to tackle this humongous task all on your own! There is so much to be done with so little time. Ask your guests for help by getting them to bring a side dish or a dessert. This will be one less thing you will have to stress over and it will allow free time for you to spend elsewhere. Most of the time guests will ask to help anyways so don't be afraid to take them up on their offer.

2. Anything that can be done in advance, do it!
If you think you are going to do all the cooking the day of, think again! There are plenty of dishes/desserts that can be made a few days in advance. Breads, sauces, desserts, etc. can all be frozen until the day of then taken out to thaw. So when you have to make that last minute trip to the grocery store for butter and cranberry sauce, you will have time to do so.

3. Make room in the fridge and freezer:
You are going to need a lot of space for those leftovers so start cleaning out your fridge and freezer now! This will also come in handy when you have a relative bring an extra side dish that needs to be chilled or a dessert that needs to be kept frozen.

4. Prep the dinner table ahead of time:
Start preparing your dinner table the day before or even sooner. This will allow you time to make decisions on which dinnerware you want to use and how you want to set the table. You'll even have time to add that centerpiece or other holiday decoration you have been wanting to use.

and last but certainly not least......

The holidays are supposed to be a fun time with family, friends and loved ones. Don't let the hustle and bustle get you in a tizzy-relax, have fun and enjoy your holiday!!
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