Only Have One Oven? 6 Tried-and-True Tips to Help When Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner by Eirene Heidelberger

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Only Have One Oven? 6 Tried-and-True Tips to Help When Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner

Our home only has one oven, yet every year I make all of the holiday dinner fixings on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Here’s are some tips on how to make it work:

  • Write down everything you’re making at what temperature and for how many minutes they need to bake.
  • Write down goal times for when dinner is served.
  • Create a spreadsheet with these parameters.
  • When you need to bake at three different temps, average them and go for it, rotating on the oven racks and checking often.
  • Think about using your microwave, toaster oven and the grill.
  • Make friends with your neighbors and walk over a side dish they won't mind sharing oven space with.

But above all, enjoy the time with your family!

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Great tips, holiday cooking can be stressful...
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To get all the tips for an easy and stress-free Thanksgiving dinner from some of the day of the actual event when you're trying to do last-minute cooking . Other than folks you really trust or really think will help, try to keep people out of the kitchen. You don't need to be juggling hot casserole dishes while.

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