Here’s a great way to keep track of all your holiday recipes, cook times, and even make a grocery list to make your trip to the store as painless as possible!
Thanksgiving is without a doubt the best holiday of the year. There’s the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, football (even if it is the Cowboys or Lions), time with family. . . and food.
My mom ingrained a love of cooking in me at an early age and Thanksgiving allows me to combine two of my favorite things at once: cooking and spreadsheets. That’s right, like Microsoft Excel, Accounting 101, Formulas and Shaded Cells Spreadsheets – more on that in a minute.
Since 2011 when Shannon and I moved to Nacogdoches, Texas, we have cooked massive Thanksgiving dinners. In 2011 it was for the two of us and a couple who lived in our apartment complex. Then in 2012, we cooked for three of our good friends. This year, our first major holiday as a married couple, Shannon’s parents are coming to our house and we are blowing it out – go…
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