Thanksgiving is tomorrow and you’re probably doing one of two things: hosting at your place, or going somewhere you don’t have to bear the brunt of all the cooking. Either way, though, chances are you’re going to have to cook at least a little, and it can get chaotic REAL quick. Before you start panicking though, don’t worry – these little gems of the internet will help make your planning, preparing, and cooking as seamless as can be:

FOR THE PLANNING
Food Network’s Thanksgiving hub is a great place to start – take a look at their planner and microwave tips. Will save you time, I promise.
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FOR THE RECIPES
From crowd-pleasing sides to show-stopping turkeys, the New York Times Thanksgiving page is phenomenal. Fill out a form with questions like how many people you’re feeding and your culinary expertise, and bam! Recipes pop out that are perfect for you. Relaxed yet?
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FOR THE PREPARATION
Regardless of how much you’re cooking, you’re going to need a shopping list. Evernote is incredible for this, as you can view your master list across three different devices, share with whoever else needs, and create checklists complete with boxes to check off so you can keep yourself in check. Check? Check.
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Last step? Take a deep breath. You got this. Happy Thanksgiving!

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