With so many changes in our holiday traditions this year, here at Dandelion Chandelier we’ve been feeling the need for some good old school Thanksgiving feelings. And happily, we’ve found music, books, movies and fragrance to get us into a Thanksgiving groove. Now we’re turning our attention to podcasts that can help us feel the warmth and gratitude of the season, Our correspondent Abbie Martin Greenbaum has curated a list of the 10 best Thanksgiving podcasts to listen to right now.
If you’re hosting the big feast, you may be seeking inspiration and fresh ideas on how to set a beautiful Thanksgiving table this year. Our correspondent Jillian Tangen has rounded up a collection of the best chic and charming tabletop items and table décor for Thanksgiving 2020.
Hosting Thanksgiving at your house this year? Or spending the day at someone else’s home, and seeking a host or hostess gift that will pair well with the feast? Our correspondent Abbie Martin Greenbaum has done the research and is sharing a curated a list of the 10 best wines to serve at Thanksgiving 2020.
What’s the best music playlist to listen to on Thanksgiving this year, with songs that invoke all the feels of this holiday season? Food, family, friends, fall, football and frenetic activity are all on tap. Our ace correspondent and resident DJ Julie Chang Murphy has created a perfect playlist of music for Thanksgiving. Find it on Spotify here. Press play. And get this holiday started.
Hosting Thanksgiving at your house? Or spending the day at someone else’s home, but need a side dish or a dessert to contribute to the feast? Or perhaps you have a vegan or vegetarian guest and you want to serve them something they’ll love, but don’t have the skills/time/cookware/patience to make it yourself? No worries. Here are the best places to order gourmet mail-order Thanksgiving food online this year, including appetizers, turkeys, side dishes and desserts. And no, it’s not cheating. These are so good, your fellow guests will be forever thankful to you for not trying to make them yourself.