Baby allergies in Thanksgiving


Baby allergies in Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day is a holiday when family and friends express the thankfulness for everything they have. In the USA, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. Traditionally, it was a festival to thank God for a bountiful harvest but today, it doesn’t really have a religious connotation anymore.

Thanksgiving dinner

When you hear the word ‘Thanksgiving’, what is the association you have? Turkey, right? Well, indeed, roasted turkey is the most important meal of the dinner. People often try to season it and prepare tons of sauces but the most important about this bird is to know how long to cook it! typical Thanksgiving plate The must on the Thanksgiving dinner table:

  • turkey
  • stuffing
  • yams or mashed potatoes
  • cranberry sauce
  • gravy
  • corn
  • and whatever your family tradition is.

Baby allergies in Thanksgiving

With all the foods on the table and missing time during this busy day, you cannot forget about your baby allergies. Roasted turkey shouldn’t cause any problems, since it is usually prepared with salt and pepper only. But watch the gravy and mashed potatoes. Also, if you serve pies for dessert, maybe you should prepare one allergy-free for your baby. Thanksgiving time saving tips:

  • set the table the night before – maybe your kids can help you out with the decoration?
  • wash and chop vegetables the night before
  • prepare and store items in dishes you will heat them in
  • don’t cook the stuffing inside the turkey but prepare it separately
  • bake your tart whenever your timing allows and freeze it!

With all the tips and information there is only one more thing I could say: Happy Thanksgiving everyone! As an immigrant, I am cultivating this tradition out of respect for the land where I live. And I think that every single one should do so.




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