TIP ONE | SET THE TONE
Are you hosting an upscale evening or a laid back, relaxed get together with friends? How do you want your friends and family to feel?
Take a moment to write down your guest list and think about the night you want to create + experience. Note any dietary restrictions.
TIP TWO | GET INSPIRED AND WRITE DOWN YOUR IDEAS
Have any favorite, classic holiday foods you can’t live without? Write those down as your staple dishes. Next, browse your favorite food blog, magazine, or Pinterest to find a few recipes you have always been wanting to try.
TIP THREE | PREP AHEAD OF TIME
Three words…Rinse, peel, chop. Many dishes can be prepared several hours or one day before depending on the type of dish. Simply store it in the refrigerator.
Making holiday cookies? Cookies have much more depth to their flavor when you give the dough a chance to sit overnight.
Less stress, more ENJOYMENT.
NEED SOME KICK-START INSPIRATION? Have fun and try your favorite one!
Try this recipe for decadent Crockpot Three Cheese Mashed Potatoes & let the crockpot do the work for you.
Want a festive, vibrant healthier dish? Try this Winter Beet and Pomegranate Salad with Maple Candied Pecans + Balsamic Citrus Dressing.
Classic + Refined? Impress your guests with these perfectly sweet and salty Persimmon, Fried Sage, and Goat Cheese Bites.