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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Thanksgiving Workshop in Kansas City | The Thanksgiving Host


My Pumkin Harvest Party workshops are sold out - all three of them!  If you weren't able to get a spot, or just want to come to another one of my classes, sign up for my "The Thanksgiving Host" class.  

I'm offering two classes (click on the links to register) :

Tuesday, November 13th @ 6pm, $55 (only 1 spot left!)
Thursday, November 15th @ 6pm, $55

The Thanksgiving Host
Workshop at A Thyme for Everything

Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year?  If you've hosted Thanksgiving a thousand times or it is your first, this class will inspire your feast with new twists on classic Thanksgiving recipes.  I will share her tips for Hosting Thanksgiving like a Caterer with great make-ahead methods and a prep schedule that will make hosting easy and stress free.  I'll also share some Harvest themed table settings and DIY centerpieces for your feast.  
 
Brie En Croute with Caramelized Pecans
Turkey Breasts Stuffed with Fresh Herbs
Real Green Beans in Cream Sauce with Pan Fried Shallots
The BEST Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Tips for making classic Thanksgiving Pies Pretty
Thanksgiving Table Setting Ideas & Centerpieces

For more Thanksgiving planning, visit my Thanksgiving Planning Guide page

10 comments:

  1. I hope you will share the green bean recipe on the blog. It sounds yummy!

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  2. Wish I lived in Kansas.

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  3. Love the pork as a Thanksgiving option - Ham & Turkey are predictable and if you are doing a nicer meal, this would really work well!

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  4. Jenny,
    I'm sorry for your loss but understand how it can be for the best sometimes. I still miss my grandma and she passed 15 years ago. There is a special place in heaven for grandma's.
    The soup looks delicious.
    Karen

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  5. Tracey Evans3:15 PM

    Looks wonderful Jenny. Where did you find those fantastic wine glasses? :)

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  6. Wouiiin! I'm so far away!!!
    Best Regards...

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  7. can't seem to download your Planning guide...looks like a fantastic planner..

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  9. Cannot download the place cards, leftover labels, etc ... and they are WONDERFUL!! Would love to use them

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  10. Excellent idea, the fest seem to be really enjoyable, seem that you had a great pumpkin harvest this year, lovely food with amazing decoration.
    Wardrobes


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