1. Make as much as possible ahead of time! The less you have to prepare when guests are around, the better.
2. Leave other household chores for when the cooking is finished. If you’re busy running around to take care of other things while you cook, not only could you over cook your food, but you also put your home at risk for a fire or other cooking related incident.
3. Give yourself as much space as possible. Even though having your appliances at the ready makes it easier to get things done, clutter can seriously impede your ability to prepare meals in a timely fashion.
Is spending time with your stove not on your agenda for this year? Let us do the cooking for you! If you prefer to take the family out for the rest of the holiday season, come down to a Chip’s Family Restaurant near you! We would be delighted to make your holiday experience as stress free as possible. For more information on where you can find us, please click here. We hope to see you soon!