Happy Sunday!

Just practicing for next week with a few food blogging friends.

For all of my American friends, Thanksgiving is only four days away. Are you ready? This year we’re spending the big day with my in-laws and I couldn’t be more excited for the food, company, and a nice relaxing long weekend.

Today I thought I’d do something a little different, and share all of the holiday links I’ve been browsing over the last few weeks. I’ve got everything here— recipe inspiration, entertaining tips, and even a little humor.


This turkey breast wrapped in proscuitto is one of the most prettiest (and tastiest, I’m sure!) birds I’ve ever seen.

In this hilarious video one family proves that Thanksgiving is “All About That Baste.”

Check out my Thanksgiving pinterest board for all sorts of inspiration! I’ve got pie, side dishesdrinks and more.

In order to share a leftover Thanksgiving recipe with you before the big day, I had to make myself a big feast today. I'm not complaining. #foodbloggerproblems

I’m going to make sure I have plenty of leftovers, because I need this sandwich in my life.

A complete modern guide to Thanksgiving etiquette. It covers everything from where to sit weird Uncle Larry to suggestions for keeping kids entertained.

The most common question the Butterball Hotline gets on Thanksgiving day.

You can bet these rolls will be on our table.


Forget the wine, here are 21 seasonal big-batch cocktails to get your family buzzed this Thanksgiving.

I love this simple and seasonal centerpiece. Ditch the flowers!

What to watch while you digest your food— here’s your complete guide to all the TV marathons, holiday specials and football games.

Not surprisingly, I’m in charge of pies on Thursday. Right now I’m planning on this one, this one, and this one, though I wouldn’t be surprised if another one or two got added to the list. What can I say? I love pie!

In my element. Thanksgiving pie recipes coming your way soon!

It’s time to thaw your turkey. Take it out of the freezer today!

Confession— mashed potatoes and gravy might be my most favorite thing about Thanksgiving. Here are 4 secrets to the best mashed potatoes.

Here are some super fun ideas for treats and crafts for your Thanksgiving kids table.

And finally, because it isn’t all about the food— Here are lots of ideas for expressing gratitude this Thanksgiving, and 4 ways to be grateful every day.

What are you most looking forward to this Thanksgiving? Have any great holiday ideas or links you want to share? I’d love to hear about it in the comments!