December 22, 2018

AZ Big Media

Tips to avoid stress while doing the holiday cooking

The holidays are supposed to be a time of relaxing, unwinding, and enjoying some well-deserved and long overdue downtime with friends and family. However, for people tasked with cooking everything from delicious treats to full meals, the holidays can be daunting instead of delightful, and exhausting instead of exciting.

Fortunately, chefs of all skill levels — from newbies who avoid the kitchen as much as possible to seasoned veterans who could mince blindfolded — can head to award-winning food blog, and read a timely new article featuring practical ways to avoid stress when cooking this holiday season.

Some of the stress-busting tips include:

• Always clean the work area before getting started.

• Never rush meals, and have a firm no phones, no tablets, and no TV policy.

• Avoid scheduling activities immediately after dinner.

In total, there are 10 wise tips that will make a significant positive difference during the holidays, and throughout the year.

Comments Giangi Townsend, food maven behind the award-winning which is visited by thousands of people from around the world each month: “There is no shortage of books, articles, and videos that claim to offer stress-busting tips. And while most of the advice is good, sometimes what we need are insights that relate to our specific situation. That is what inspired me to put this list together. I hope it helps make the season brighter for all!”

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