Thanksgiving is about family, gratitude, togetherness, gathering and of course, turkey. It’s about all the fixings, too: macaroni and cheese, green bean casserole, gravy, mashed potatoes. And don’t forget about those tasty leftovers.
Turkey is typically the star of the Thanksgiving Day table, but the idea of cooking a giant bird can be daunting. Even if you are planning on a smaller turkey due to the coronavirus pandemic altering your Thanksgiving dinner plans, you’ll want to follow established guidelines to enjoy a tasty, safe bird.
Thanksgiving is one of the most anticipated meals of the year, so make it memorable for the right reasons. Even if you are downsizing the holiday feast this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the same food safety guidelines apply.
While some families will not be doing traditional trick-or-treating in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, if your community is allowing public Halloween activities to take place, keep the following safety tips in mind.
Halloween will look a bit different in 2020, as extra precautions are recommended to reduce coronavirus risk. Follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for Halloween activities during the pandemic.