Evan Kleiman’s tips on cooking for Thanksgiving and using leftovers

Don’t be afraid to fail when cooking this Thanksgiving, suggests Good Food host Evan Kleiman. Image by Julie Rothe from Pixabay

Fewer people at the dinner table this year means fewer people contributing sides, desserts, and drinks to the holiday feast. If you’re still planning a blowout meal, you’ll likely do more cooking to make it happen. To make it a little easier, Good Food host Evan Kleiman offers tips to help you with the big meal.

“I’m willing to fail. That's the difference between somebody who’s cooked a ton and people who are a little more nervous. If I fail, there’s always the trash can,” she says.