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A Virtual Thanksgiving

A Virtual Thanksgiving

Join us at the table with Food Network and others for a virtual Thanksgiving feast

We're joining the Food Network's #pullupachair event with a Thanksgiving leftovers recipe.

This past fall we joined Food Network's back-to-school virtual potluck event, and now The Daily Meal has been invited to #pullupachair to the table again for Thanksgiving.

There’s nothing better than a potluck, where each person invited brings a unique addition to the meal, and now Food Network is pulling together some of the best Thanksgiving recipes from the most reputable and well-known food websites and blogs. You can stop your frantic Thanksgiving recipe Googling, because they’ve curated the food community’s best turkey day dishes into a neat and mouthwatering package.

For our recipe, we chose to bring one of our favorites from this year: The Ultimate Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Sandwich. We know, it’s a mouthful, but the name pays homage to the beauty of the recipe — it’s the perfect combination of all of your favorite Thanksgiving dishes stacked between two pieces of sourdough bread. But that’s not all, because we not only give you the recipe, but we distinguish ourselves from other similar recipes by going into detail about every step, making sure your day-after Thanksgiving sandwich is nothing short of perfection.

Click here to see The Ultimate Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Sandwich Recipe

Let’s not get ahead of ourselves, though, because the Thanksgiving meal has yet to happen. Check out what other party-goers are bringing to Food Network’s virtual potluck for more inspiration on what you should make for this year’s Thanksgiving feast, and become a part of the conversation on Twitter.

Cocktails, Appetizers, Salads and Breads:

Devour: Maple Pecan Baked Brie

Liquor.com: Spiced Thanksgiving Cocktails

Mains:

FN Dish: Black Pepper-Pomegranate Molasses Glazed Turkey

Sides:

YumSugar: South-Meets-West Squash Casserole

Food Republic: Caramelized Onion and Prosciutto Macaroni and Cheese

Healthy Eats: Kid-Friendly Gluten-Free Honey-Cherry Stuffing

Fox News: Sweet Potato Grits

Desserts:

Food52: Meta Given's Pumpkin Pie

Food.com: Maple-Frosted Pumpkin Bars

BlogHer: Pumpkin Spice Caramels

Thanksgiving Leftovers:

EatingWell: Turkey and Leek Shepherd's Pie

Eatocracy: Stuffpuppies

Anne Dolce is the Cook Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @anniecdolce


A nontraditional Thanksgiving? This is not an unusual concept for me.

I grew up with my mom who worked night shifts as a nurse, so we never had traditional holidays. We’d often celebrate on a different day, or on the holiday itself, but then we’d eat hospital cafeteria food while she was on her break.

Then, when I was a teenager, my youngest brother was diagnosed with cancer and life turned upside down. There were many times we couldn’t celebrate holidays or birthdays with family or friends, but my parents always taught us that no matter where we were, there were always ways we could connect.

Wondering how you, too, can connect with your family this Thanksgiving, even over a long distance? Here are a few ideas!


Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes For Two

Serve a cozy, comforting and delicious Thanksgiving for two featuring any or all of these seven Thanksgiving recipes:

  • Appetizer:Cheese Board
  • Appetizer:Golden Squash Bisque 
  • Main Dish:Turkey Pot Pie for Two
  • Side Dish:Walnut-Onion Green Beans
  • Side Dish:Bacon-Cheddar Cornmeal Biscuits
  • Dessert:Apple Crème Brûlພs
  • Drink:Cider Moscow Mule 

See photos and learn more about each of these Thanksgiving recipes for two, below.

Appetizer: Cheese Board

A snack while cooking will never go out of style! Before you prep the rest of these Thanksgiving recipes for two, build a custom cheese board featuring your favorite fromages (try a hard cheese, a soft cheese and a blue cheese for a nice mix), condiments, pickled vegetables, nuts and fruits.

Test Kitchen Tip: Aim for at least 2 ounces of cheese per person so you don’t have to fight over the last slice.

Get the recipe: Cheese Board

Appetizer: Golden Squash Bisque

Start the official Thanksgiving meal in comfort food fashion with a silky bowl of squash soup. This serves-two starter takes just 20 minutes start to finish thanks to a head start from frozen winter squash. Instead of heavy cream, this bisque gets its rich texture from protein-rich yet light Greek yogurt. That simple swap means you’ll tame your appetite just enough while leaving plenty of room for the Thanksgiving turkey, side dishes and desserts ahead.

Test Kitchen Tip: If you prefer, you can trade in an equal amount of roasted squash or even canned pumpkin puree for the frozen winter squash.

Get the recipe: Golden Squash Bisque

Main Dish: Turkey Pot Pie for Two

Yes, we know it’s not quite the classic roast turkey centerpiece, but hear us out. These savory pies are already scaled for a duo and combine your poultry, veggies, gravy and piecrust into one package. The only adjustment you need to make for these baby casseroles to make them Thanksgiving-appropriate? Trade turkey for chicken. Since the recipe calls for cooked meat, swing by the butcher or deli counter, or simply saute a turkey tenderloin or two in a skillet. We recommend making them in individual dishes, like Noritake Colorwave Ramekins ($17 for two, Bed, Bath, and Beyond)

Get the recipe: Turkey Pot Pie for Two

Side Dish: Walnut-Onion Green Beans

Now that we’ve got the casserole covered with those pot pies, the green beans swoop in with a burst of freshness. This 20-minute green bean recipe is designed for six, but we suggest only cutting it in half because you’re going to want a generous portion of the caramelized onion- and walnut-studded beans.

Test Kitchen Tip: If you, like us, believe no Thanksgiving is complete without French Fried Onions ($2, Target), crumble a handful on top of the finished Thanksgiving side dish.


This Thanksgiving Will Definitely Be Different But That Just Means You Can Make It Your Own

Bring along the traditions that make you feel good, and leave the rest behind.

As a self-described Holiday Person, the idea of missing out on a big family gathering this year is nothing short of heartbreaking. Many tears have been shed as we, like many other families, have decided not to meet up for Thanksgiving this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. And although forgoing all the pomp and circumstance of a big family gathering can be painful, this is a good a chance as any for you to totally make the holiday your own. whether that means celebrating in a "traditional" way with turkey and stuffing or by simply eating cake right out of the pan in your PJs.

If the thought of making a turkey this year stresses you out, I have a really exciting proposition for you. don't do it. Seriously! Just say screw it. Make a different protein of your choice. Make hamburgers, make pasta!! Turkey is the weak link of Thanksgiving dinner, and we all know it! Instead, think about making all of your favorite sides. or don't make any sides at all. For possibly the first time in your life, Thanksgiving is all up to you, baby, and there is no one to disappoint but yourself.

Maybe you love your traditions&mdashI do too! I am still planning on making my aunt's broccoli salad (my favorite side!), and yeah, my fiancé has insisted on making a turkey, but we're also making it our own too. We'll likely be wearing sweatpants, I'm making mac & cheese (which I've never eaten on Thanksgiving before..don't yell at me), and we're going to play every Thanksgiving episode of TV we can find. Oh, and we're planning on sipping on apple cider mimosas all day long and no one will be around to start yelling about politics when we get a little tipsy.

This is also a great time to suss out which traditions you actually love and which ones you really don't. Maybe you'll go without a turkey and miss having all that leftover meat for soup the next day. Maybe you'll randomly miss those boiled carrots you always swore you hated, I dunno! But maybe you'll also find that you never actually liked pumpkin pie anyway or that you actually don't need to dress to the nines for it to feel like a holiday. This is a time to experiment, people! And that can be fun! Bring along the traditions that make you feel good and leave the rest behind.

And as heartbreaking as it is to not be able to see a great many of your family, friends, and loved ones IRL this year (seriously, I am almost the most upset about missing out on the sloppy Wednesday before Thanksgiving. ), virtual holidays are also a good chance to bring everyone along for the ride. FaceTime with your BFF who is usually too busy hopping around to various family gatherings to say hey, Zoom with family near and far who usually you don't get to see, and when it's all over, you can still hop on a separate call with your favorite cousins and talk crap about the rest of your relatives. Ah, family. And if you'd rather take the day to recharge your batteries, buy a frozen pizza, pop on some Netflix, and put your phone on Do Not Disturb, do it.

Look, I would never want to make light of the frustrating, scary, and frankly sad situation we're all in. I am not the first person to point out that 2020 sucks, am I. Making the choice not to see some of the people we love most, even if it's the right one, feels wrong. But if you're making the choice to stay home and celebrate, no what matter that looks like, just know that you're making the right choice for you and honestly, for the rest of us too. Hopefully this year will be the pajama-clad, movie-watching, holiday of your dreams. But if it's not, all the more reason to make next year the best Thanksgiving ever.


How To Host A Virtual Thanksgiving Dinner During The COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 has put a deep crease in many typical Thanksgiving traditions this year, nixing large in-person get-togethers for the sake of safety. The new CDC guidelines for Thanksgiving cites small dinners as the lowest-risk celebration, while “attending large indoor gatherings with people from outside of your household” is high risk.

Thanks to modern technology, you can celebrate virtually over Zoom (or whatever your preferred video conferencing app is). But if the thought of a Zoom Thanksgiving fills you with dread ― the kind you’ve experienced all year as you watch colleagues cut each other off and humiliate themselves in team Zoom meetings ― don’t worry, it doesn’t have to be that awkward.

While grandma and your far-away friends might not make it to your physical table, there are steps you can take to inject an in-person feel and connect with them on a whole new level from afar ― think perfectly synced playlists and collective cocktail making. These fun activities will keep virtual Thanksgiving attendees feeling grateful and connected during the entire feast despite the physical distance.

Sync your sound.

While family and friends might not share the same physical space this Thanksgiving, they can enjoy the same tunes during their virtual celebrations.

Music can be a useful tool for creating a feeling of closeness: “It really unites the crowd and establishes the vibe for any event…especially virtual ones,” explained Karina Guiteau, founder of New York event planning firm KPG Events. Since the goal is unity, it makes sense for everyone attending a virtual holiday event to be on the same page musically, and a synced playlist is an effective strategy for achieving that goal.

Tracy Young, a Grammy award-winning DJ/producer who’s worked with Cher, Madonna and Beyonce, advises, “A synced playlist will help everyone feel connected . like they are all in the same room together, even when they can’t be.” Young personally uses Spotify to create playlists and appreciates that the Group Sessions feature “allows the creator [of the playlist] to grant other people access, and in turn they can add songs to the playlist as well ― so it is a very engaging experience.” Learn how to set up Group Sessions and sync your playlist with friends.

Fine-tuning the playlist to suit your entire guest list is also an important step to musical harmony. Young cautions, “Keep the music age-appropriate and keep the genres diverse. Include several universally known ‘oldies but goodies’ that everyone will know and have fun with.” Young also recommends keeping things balanced when it comes to the tempo of the chosen tunes. “Don’t add too many slow songs in a row, it will drag down the mood. On the flip side, don’t add too many high-energy songs in a row — unless you want to turn your Thanksgiving into a rave.”

Do an on-screen cook-along.

The meal itself is typically the focal point of Thanksgiving gatherings. With the holiday going virtual for many people this year, chef Jumoke Jackson, a New York-based caterer and event planner who has hosted virtual cooking events for Airbnb experiences and Google, suggests turning the meal prep into the main event with an on-screen cook-along.

“Food usually brings people together and a virtual cooking exercise will get you as close to in-person memories as possible,” Jackson said. “Cooking together, even virtually, makes people feel less alone, and more connected ― especially during this pandemic.”

Jackson warns that time, skill level and the potential for technical issues all need to be considered when planning a virtual cook-along. “Be mindful of how long you plan for the event to last and be mindful (when possible) of the basic skill level of all involved.”

Proper organization and clear direction are essential. “Give definitive instructions on what must be done in advance,” Jackson explained. “Pre-measured ingredients and pre-heated temperatures should not be left to your guests to guess.” Jackson also suggests cook-along coordinators provide guests with detailed lists of all needed items in advance, including all of the ingredients and necessary equipment.

D on’t be overly ambitious ― trying to do too much can potentially ruin the fun.

“ Two or three dishes is plenty to tackle,” Jackson recommends. “Anything over three dishes and I fear you’re biting off more than you can chew . you also have to build in time for being social, it is a social gathering.” Leave complicated, ingredient-packed dishes off the menu and don’t even think about preparing the turkey in group formation. Jackson believes that the star of the show should be prepared in advance. “Dishes that take the longest should be tackled alone. I would focus on the sides and desserts . to actually cook a turkey during a cook-along would be nearly impossible.”

Craft cocktails together.

“A cocktail mix-along is a cool way to connect with each other during a virtual event,” said William Sonnet, co-founder and managing partner at Etiquette Management Group in New York. “It makes a fun alternative to physical interaction.”

Similar to a cook-along, a mix-along allows guests to interact and create a part of the meal together in real time. But again, ensuring the activity runs seamlessly will require real forethought.

Sonnet recommends the host “decide on a cocktail theme, then share a specific shopping list in advance to give guests adequate time to get the right ingredients.” Speaking of ingredients, when it comes to a cocktail recipe’s components, Sonnet feels creative is good but overly experimental is not. “Forget the dry ice and pyrotechnics. A virtual mix-along [at home] is not the time for special effects.”

More isn’t necessarily better when it comes to virtual cocktail making, in fact overly complicated drink recipes can make things too stressful. Sonnet advises to “plan on making drinks with simple, easy-to-find ingredients and not too many steps, like a creative sangria.”

Sonnet also recommends the host runs through the recipe at least once in advance of the virtual event, to ensure you’ve ironed out any wrinkles. He also strongly advises having non-alcoholic options on the activity list, as well: “Having mocktails on the menu is an incredible show of inclusivity.”

Create a sense of togetherness by coordinating your decor.

Sitting down to a festively dressed table is a highly anticipated aspect of Thanksgiving dinner. Whether minimally accented or fully decked out, the table decor plays an important role in the overall Thanksgiving experience and the role of table decorator is one that hosts typically take great pride in playing.

“Sitting together around the table usually reminds people of home,” Guiteau explained. “The table is where we gather to laugh, to cry to eat ― and the table décor sets the mood.”

Although physically sitting together isn’t possible at a virtual gathering, Guiteau, who’s planned intimate and large-scale fetes for the likes of Sean P. Diddy Combs and Marc Anthony, says achieving the feeling of togetherness is not completely impossible. It will, however, take some creativity and pre-planning.

She recommends contacting guests ahead of time “to gauge who wants to participate in group table decorating. Then go over details like color scheme.” Once the chosen shades have been decided, Guiteau proposes the host share their exact picks and purchases so that guests can have the option to add those same touches to their respective tables. “If the host has time, they can send everyone links to the items they’re buying such as candles, tablecloths, napkins and vases.” As charming of an idea as matching table settings is, Guiteau urges hosts to be flexible when it comes to the details. “The host should encourage guests to stay within the decided color palette, but be OK with people choosing things that are more practical for their individual homes.”

Spend a moment in spiritual solidarity.

From a pre-dinner blessing of the meal to a moment of silence for a lost loved one, an element of spirituality adds a warm touch to a virtual Thanksgiving gathering.

Nadia Ameri, a fourt h- generation spiritual healer and founder of The Flower Apothecary , advocates incorporating spiritual reflection into a virtual holiday get-togethers, especially this year, because a reflective component “ provides hope and is an effective way comfort all participants. It recognizes what we have to be thankful for.”

Ameri advises keeping the activity neutral and not necessarily religious. “ We live in a day and age where cross cultural and cross-religious families are very common. A non-secular moment of reflection, such as lighting a candle together or a brief meditation, will allow everyone in attendance to feel the love without anyone feeling isolated.”


2. Choose a time that works for everyone.

On Thanksgiving Day, Kish will prepare a plethora of Midwestern Thanksgiving favorites like green bean casserole and two-bread stuffing with her fiancé, Bianca Dusic, from their apartment in New York City. They'll be joined on Zoom by her parents from their home in Florida and her brother in Michigan.

One of the best parts of having a virtual gathering is that folks from all over can save on travel time but still eat, play games, have conversations and connect with friends or family. Whatever the time difference, whether in California, New Zealand or all in one city, there's probably one time that they can all log on.

So, send out an email or text and settle on a time for the feast before the big day.


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Here's where to order thanksgiving dinner in 2019 (click each for more info):

If your thanksgiving dinner will be a little smaller — as in 8 to 10 people — then you can go for the traditional holiday dinner for $79.99, or about $8 to $10 per person.

Buy the classic thanksgiving side in bulk, because let's be honest — crowd or not, you need a ton of stuffing to make for thanksgiving.

One year i bought a cooked turkey from stop and shop, let it.

Visit our pharmacy & gas station for great deals and rewards.

I'm on my morning stroll with sadie.

The survey also asked participants what the silver lining of a virtual thanksgiving is.


3 Weeks Before Thanksgiving

  • Decide how you want to run things. For example, is everybody making the same dish?
  • Simplify your own feast or send food gifts to family and friends. We have everything from turkey and sides to pies and other desserts. Order now for Thanksgiving delivery.
  • Organize your activities. Give guests a supply list or send them whatever supplies they’ll need.
  • Create a friends and/or family photo slideshow you can share on your screen during your event.
An herb-roasted turkey dinner delivered to your door is an easy alternative to homemade.

How to host Thanksgiving outdoors during coronavirus

Weather may be a factor in whether your Thanksgiving plans are a go this year. But unless the day is absolutely terrible, you might still be able to gather for a short time to enjoy a little turkey and stuffing with your friends and family. (And if the weather is terrible, consider penciling in a rain date a day or two later so you can still enjoy your time together.) Just note: In its guidelines on holiday celebrations during the coronavirus pandemic, the CDC labels a small outdoor dinner with friends or family who live close by as a moderate-risk activity, so plan carefully to limit risk for everyone involved. Travel is also a high-risk activity, so holiday travel may not be the best idea—with that in mind, know that your Thanksgiving gathering (even if it is outdoors) will be smaller than usual.

Dress your backyard for the season with hardy mums, ornamental kale, and plenty of pumpkins and gourds. Rather than one big, long table, break up seating into smaller parties by household, to make mealtime safer. Invest in outdoor heaters and put out cozy throws to help keep the chill off. And consider a pop-up canopy so Thanksgiving can go on, rain or shine. (Just make sure there’s still plenty of air flow!)

Give your oven the day off and find ways to keep your cooking outdoors, too. (That’ll also help warm up the backyard!) You can fire up the grill for the turkey and sides like sweet potatoes and corn. Slow cookers are great for a number of Thanksgiving sides, including potato gratin and corn spoon bread. And to go with the more casual, outdoor vibe, serve up some great Thanksgiving salads that you can make ahead and simply put out on the big day. Whenever possible, aim to offer individual portions, so no one’s reaching into shared dishes.

A hot drink can help everyone stay warm. Use slow cookers or thermoses to serve cocoa, mulled cider or wine, and hot water for tea. (You can also put out rum or bourbon so guests can craft their own hot cocktails, and extra add-ins like cinnamon sticks, marshmallows, and whipped cream to let guests get creative.)

Lawn games like bocce ball, cornhole, croquet, and badminton can be played while maintaining social distancing—so go ahead and set up a family tournament. Plan a nature walk or outdoor scavenger hunt to help shake off the post-meal stupor. And if TV-watching is part of your Thanksgiving tradition, a video projector can help you watch football, home movies, or a Friends Thanksgiving marathon.

It’s been a tough year for everyone, but there’s always something to be grateful for. Have guests share the reasons they’re thankful out loud, or let everyone write down their reasons to be thankful this year. You can use a fabric marker and a plain cotton tablecloth to create a lasting reminder, or a Sharpie and a pumpkin for a more temporary option.


What would a holiday meal be without dessert. After you enjoy the appetizer, side dish, and turkey, be sure to grab one of these cute Mini Pumpkin Cakes with Chocolate Frosting from the dessert tray to complete your Thanksgiving feast.

So now that your virtual Thanksgiving meal is complete, what are you waiting for? Now it is time to start cooking.

What is your favorite Thanksgiving recipe?

About the author of these recipes:

Jen Tilley has an insatiable appetite for all things related to baking and cooking. She is the author, photographer and recipe developer on How To: Simplify, a blog that shares tips, tricks and recipes to simplify life in the kitchen. She enjoys sharing recipes that require very few ingredients and only a small amount of prep and cook time, all of which make time spent in the kitchen simple and enjoyable. Find her online at How To: Simplify, @HowToSimplify, and Jen Tilley Photography.


Watch the video: Virtual Birthday Thanksgiving Praise with Dare Melody (January 2022).