How to make a ‘perfect’ Thanksgiving dinner

I don’t know about you, but my Thanksgiving dinner has been a little bit off the rails this year.

I’m just not sure what to cook.

Not the turkey, not the mashed potatoes, not even the stuffing.

This week I’m experimenting with more “meaty” recipes.

But this Thanksgiving, there’s one thing I want you to know about.

It’s not Thanksgiving dinner at all.

What is Thanksgiving Dinner?

The first Thanksgiving dinner was Thanksgiving in 1798.

It was the biggest and most famous holiday in the United States, a time when many families came together and shared a meal, or two.

In America, Thanksgiving is celebrated on November 23rd.

We’ve come a long way since that day, but there are some key differences.

Thanksgiving Dinner is a much smaller meal than Christmas.

It typically consists of about eight to 10 people.

Instead of eating in groups, you share one plate with a friend, and each person serves a portion of the plate.

While there are traditional “pancakes” at Thanksgiving dinner, these don’t taste the same as the ones we eat in other parts of the country.

There are no apples, and the turkey is typically served with a side of mashed potatoes.

There is usually also a variety of desserts.

Thanksgiving dinner is also different than the one we eat at home.

It’s the first time you eat your Thanksgiving dinner.

And you can prepare it yourself.

There’s no pressure to follow the rules.

In fact, there are many things you can do to make it your own.

How to Make a ‘Perfect’ Thanksgiving Dinner You don’t need to follow any strict rules to make this Thanksgiving dinner a great one.

In order to have a good Thanksgiving dinner and enjoy yourself, you’ll need some good food.

You’ll need: Ingredients: 3 tablespoons butter (I use extra-virgin)