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Roanoke Valley Insurance of Ahoskie handles everything from Auto, Life, Marine, Boating, Hunting, Home, Health and Outdoor Insurances. Serving Ahoskie, Murfreesboro, Windsor, Gates County and all areas of North Carolina!

1110 North Academy St. Ahoskie, N.C. 27910 - (252) 209-6024

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Insurance agency since 2001

General Liability - Property - Flood - Business Auto - Bonds - Life

Farm/Agricultural - Truck Liability & Physical Damage 

Outdoor: Hunting - Boating - Camping

Equipment Floater/Inland Marine - Commercial Trucking

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Helpful Hints and Insights
from your friends here at RVIS

Hostess Tricks to Make This the Easiest Thanksgiving Ever

Print Out a Blank November Calendar

As you plan your meal, fill in each week with when you plan to do the shopping, when you'll be cooking make-ahead dishes, and any deliveries that may need to come to the house.

 

Make Your Grocery List on Nov 1.

Don't wait until the week before Thanksgiving to figure out what you're making—and resist feeling pressure to experiment with fancy recipes. Find a few recipes you can trust and put every ingredient on a shopping list. Divide the list into perishables and non-perishables, so you know what you can buy immediately (like spices) and what you'll need to buy later (like milk).

Set the Table the Night Before.

It's a simple task, but it's one thing you can cross off of your to-do list on the day of.

 

Empty All Dishwashers and Trash Cans the Night Before.

There’s nothing better than a roaring fire on a cold, cold night, so don’t get caught without a way to get those flames started. You don’t need anything fancy or expensive— just some pinecones, old candles, and the Crazy Russian Hacker.

 

Prepare as Many Dishes as You Can in Advance.

Gravy bases can be frozen and vegetables can be cooked and refrigerated for up to two days. For dishes that can't be made ahead of time, consider the prep work that you can do in advance, like washing and peeling vegetables so they're ready for roasting.

Establish a Make-Your-Own-Breakfast Policy

If you have a house full of overnight guests, let them take care of the morning meal themselves. Stash ready-to-go foods—muffins, granola bars, and cereal—in open spaces and let everyone know where milk, spoons, bowls, and napkins are in the kitchen. Establishing the "every man for himself" rule first thing in the morning lets you focus on cooking the feast (just make sure someone's in charge of brewing coffee).

 

Make Edible Napkin Rings for the Kids' Table.

That way, they won't complain about being hungry before dinner. The secret? Use pre-made crescent or pizza dough baked into 4-inch rings.

When in Doubt, Ask Guests to Bring Ice.

You can never have enough. And when the refrigerator is full of highly perishable foods, ice buckets are a great way to keep drinks cold.

Use Square and Rectangular Pans.

This way, you'll be able to fit more dishes in the oven—whether you're cooking or just keeping things warm.

Thanksgiving Dinner

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