If you’re like me, Thanksgiving is a time to gather around family and eat delicious food. However, as you grow older, the preparation for this holiday rests on your shoulders. You start to be responsible for a pie or two, then the stuffing and mashed potatoes, and then before you know it, you’re elbow deep in the turkey wondering how this became your job. Fear not! Lifehacker has tips on how to prepare for Thanksgiving ahead of time to avoid any disasters that might occur.
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