Thanksgiving Prep

Last year, I began to create videos for my Pampered Chef business. We had a virtual conference, where it was briefly mentioned about a new app that we could try out to make some cooking videos. I was really excited to give this a try, just like I had been when I first started my Pampered Chef business and, just like when I started, I had stage fright and decided not to do it for about a month.   Honestly, I was pretty sad about the fact that I wasn’t out meeting people and doing parties that I loved due to the pandemic. I think this was a natural feeling for many people last year, and being in the house for this long was really difficult for me.  Luckily, curiosity got the best of me and I decided to give it a go. If I failed, then at least I would be able to say that I tried. 

Here I am, 18 months or so later, and I’m still chugging along. I made several videos for Thanksgiving recipes last year, and one of them (Sweet Potato Casserole) had over 80 thousand views on the video app!

Which leads me to Thanksgiving prep. I have a system that I would like to share with you, along with a video I just put together and the links to all of the recipes that I made last year when I was first learning how to create recipe videos. I’ll let my video do the talking/explaining, and hopefully I can figure out how to share the documents I created to refer to them each year. I hope this helps someone out here, and if it helps you, I would love to know that! I would also love to hear from you, to see what you make for Thanksgiving, what do you do differently, and if you have any good tips for prep. Let’s make great food together!

Thanksgiving Video Links on YouTube:

Port-Basted Roast Turkey:

How to carve turkey:

Pan Gravy:

Cranberry Sauce:

Sweet Potato Casserole:

Turkey Legs:

Easy Turkey Gravy:

Bone Broth:

Turkey Soup:

Mushroom Dressing:

Apple Cream pie:

Buttermilk Biscuits:

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