Best Holiday Hacks from Chefs and Celebrities

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Did Thanksgiving sneak up on you? And is Christmas really right around the bend? Thankfully, I’ve got the best holiday hacks from chefs and celebrities that will help you keep your cool. If you’re cooking a turkey for the first time, remember it usually had giblets in both ends. Be sure and remove the giblets.
It’s crazy to think that Thanksgiving and Christmas are right around the corner — where did the time go?! It’s time to start thinking about which family recipes you’ll make, what your table centerpiece will look like, how to keep all of your guests entertained, find time to go grocery shopping… so just a few items on the to-do list.
If you’re already feeling stressed before the turkey even goes in the oven, don’t worry! Our friends from Gifts.com gathered the best holiday hacks from iconic chefs and celebrities to make sure your dinner gets on the table faster, easier and tastier. Bon appetite!

Best Holiday Hacks from Chefs & Celebrities

I don’t know about you but some of my favorite chefs are Bobby Flay and Gordon Ramsey. I’m amazed at how many chefs Bobby Flay takes down on Beat Bobby Flay. On the other hand, Gordon Ramsey is in a class by himself and I can’t get enough of MasterChef. His food is drool-worthy for sure.

Gordon advises getting a good night’s sleep and to delegate tasks to others. That’s the part I have a hard time with. I usually cook the entire meal myself so I need to learn to share the load.

Holiday Hacks
Whether you’re cooking yourself or headed “over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house,” I hope these best holiday hacks will help you make wonderful holiday foods and memories.

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Comments

  1. I am hosting Thanksgiving this year so I am definitely going to be using a lot of these tips. I mean you can’t do better than getting text from the professionals right?!

  2. I love watching all these chefs on tv. Love all these hacks they have shared and you have shared.

  3. These are some great hacks. I will keep them in mind during the holidays for sure. Anything to make my life easier is a plus.

  4. I’m going to save these for later. These are all great!

  5. What great tips from the pros! I like the idea of assigning side dishes to others, and labeling platters and serving dishes ahead of time.

  6. Thanksgiving Dinner is at my house this year and I will definitely put some of these hacks to use. Anything to make it easier

  7. These are some really cool hacks! I love the idea of roasting potatoes right under the turkey and catch all the drippings. I might try it this year!
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  8. Gervin Khan says:

    Wow, these are great hacks and this year I am hosting our Thanksgiving and I think I will follow some of these in my Thanksgiving preparations.

  9. These look like some great holiday hacks! I love the tips offered by these favorite celebrities and Gifts.com looks like a great site.

  10. Love these hacks!!! I’ll be trying Giada’s tips to help set up.

  11. These are great suggestions. I tend to stress over the holidays, so I can use all the tips I can get.

  12. I don’t know why getting hacks from professionals make them seem so much more credible. That being said, it means it’s okay for me to buy the store bought pie crust and not feel guilty. Happy Thanksgiving!

  13. I take a page out of Kristen Bell’s book. If I use store bought, I always plate them to be more festive.

  14. Kristin Bell is my spirit animal! LOL!! I love her “buying store bought and then plating on your plates” hack. Genius!

  15. I’m hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year and I definitely can use some tips. Thank you so much for sharing these tips!
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  16. These are fantastic hacks! I love Turkey made in an oven safe bag-it’s soooo delicious.

  17. Love the pro tips and hacks!!!! Perfect to read for Thanksgiving tomorrow. 🙂

  18. Jenn Mitchell says:

    These hacks are so very great. I can always use something to make my time that much more organized.

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