The holiday menu plan is up, so PCA members to get a jump start on their Thanksgiving dinner preparations. To keep life easy, we’re also leaving last week’s menu up – just in case you don’t have time for the custom menu planning tool (simply click on the recipes you wish to make, and the grocery list along with heat to eat instructions and recipes will auto generate for you) to do a menu for the rest of the week.

My traditional Thanksgiving dinner since childhood

My traditional Thanksgiving dinner since childhood

The whole point of the Personal Chef Approach to Thanksgiving (just like our weekly menu plan) is to ensure a stress-free feast with a well organized one-stop grocery shop and notes that allow you to spread the work out over several days; or  get it all done with precision in one day, whatever suits your schedule best. It’s all about planning ahead, and I’ve already done that for you!

Artichoke Dip

Artichoke Dip – quick, easy, just 3 ingredients, and a great hostess gift

The artichoke dip is a brand new recipe added to the plan that’s quick, easy, and made with just 3 ingredients from the pantry – so it’s a great little appetizer when unexpected guests show up, or to take as a hostess gift when you are the guest in someone else’s home over the holidays. The stuffing, balsamic marinated vegetables, corn pudding, and Cranberry Jello Mold recipes can all be taken pot luck style too.
2014 Thanksgiving Plan Of Action
Non-members can purchase both menu plans individually in the shop if you would like to take the Personal Chef Approach for a test-drive before joining. So, What’s In It For You?
PS: While we’re on the subject of holidays and shopping – don’t forget we also offer gift certificates to fit every budget too!
Gift Certificates

Gift Certificates

PPS: Wether you are the host or a guest this year, what’s your favorite Thanksgiving dish?
Thanksgiving is upon us!

What is your favorite Thanksgiving dish?

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  • November 23, 2014
    5:10 pm

    Whenever there is turkey on the menu, I just have to have some stuffing with it. No gravy on it or the meat, just a plate of turkey and stuffing and I’m a happy girl. Waiting for Christmas for indulging in all the trimmings. Too bad that fruitcake has gotten such a bad reputation over the years. I have to have a piece of it every Christmas even if it means buying a small one for me to enjoy with a cup of tea each day for a week or two. Hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving Jewels!

  • November 23, 2014
    9:00 pm

    Thank you Ruthee!