5 Ways to Get Ready for Thanksgiving & Angel Biscuits This Time Last Year

5 Ways to Get Ready for Thanksgiving & Angel Biscuits This Time Last Year

Emma Christensen
Nov 5, 2010

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and we have five tips for things you can do right now to prepare. Also, how to get grease stains out of clothes, yeast-risen angel biscuits, and a round-up of soul-satisfying lentil recipes.

The posts pictured above are in bold below.

• Here are five things you can do to start getting ready for Thanksgiving.

Earthy and hearty lentils are a favorite fall food - and there are so many ways to make them!

• Whisky vs. Whiskey: Do you know the difference?

Simple roasted pears make an elegant dessert this time of year.

Check out these beautiful handmade dishes from Mud Studio in South Africa.

• For a quick cookie fix, try using a waffle iron.

Delicious udon noodle soup is a quick and simple weeknight dinner.

This black and white kitchen looks so sophisticated.

Here's how to store cheese once you've brought it home from the store.

• How to make the fluffiest and creamiest scrambled eggs ever.

• Our review of Chez Pim's mix-on-the-counter flaky pie crust.

Chalk board table clothes add an element of whimsy to a dinner party.

Yeast-risen angel biscuits are just heavenly.

• Here's the trick to getting grease stains out of your clothes.

The pops of color in this backsplash bring the whole kitchen together.

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