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Martha's Thanksgiving Checklist

Welcome to your holiday organization headquarters! Discover all of the Martha-designed products that will help you celebrate the season.

Three Weeks Before Thanksgiving

Pack away the Halloween decorations—it's time for turkey and pumpkin pie! Here are the tasks that require the most lead time and should be at the top of your to-do list.

Plan the Menu with Trusted Recipes

From side dishes of seasonal produce to better-for-you desserts, Martha's collection of cookbooks is a trusted resource for easy-to-prepare and crowd-pleasing recipes. You can also turn to the Martha Stewart TV app to stream full episodes of her beloved show right on your phone. You'll find videos for holiday inspiration, trusted recipes, and other advice for the entire festive season.

Put Together Your Shopping List

Brave the crowds at the grocery store with confidence knowing you have an organized shopping list and a clear game plan. Want to upgrade your standard notepad to a detailed planner? Need new must-haves like seasonal dinnerware and serveware? Martha's got it all!

Pull Out Your Cookware & Food Prep Tools

Nonstick cookware and durable cooking tools allow you to spend time enjoying the day, instead of tending to a sink full of dishes. Martha's collection of cookware and kitchen gadgets were expertly designed in our test kitchens to improve cooking efficiency and safety. Her enameled cast iron cookware is perfect for one-pot recipes that help reduce clean up time.

Order Your Holiday Cards

Spread holiday cheer and a little love to everyone on your mailing list when you send beautiful holiday cards from Martha & Mixbook. These cards are fast and easy to create, which means putting together your own custom holiday greetings is so simple. 

Fall Clean Up

Prep your yard for the upcoming colder months. Martha's garden care essentials and tools make leaf removal and garden clean up a breeze.

Shop Now: Martha Stewart's Gardening Collection, prices vary,

Two Weeks Before Thanksgiving

Now it's time to start preparing your pantry and space. Planning is key so you're not scrambling around when the special day arrives. Make sure you have enough bed linens (whether your family just wants to make their beds feel extra festive or you are hosting guests) and those important ingredients for the big meal. Additionally, you'll want to make sure you have all of your seasonal décor at the ready for the remainder of the holidays! By the time Thanksgiving comes around, you will be calm and relaxed. 


Photo via @Simplysoutherncottage​.

Order the Premium Ingredients

Order your higher quality and important items now, which you can do entirely online. Once your order is place, you can rest assured the main attractions of your Thanksgiving feast has already been taken care of. Subscribe to Martha & Marley Spoon and during the week of Thanksgiving, they will feature some of Martha's favorite and most trusted Holiday side recipes and ingredients. If ease and convenience is your game, opt for Martha's Complete Thanksgiving Dinner from Williams Sonoma. The sides and dessert will just need to pop in the oven and then you'll be ready (order their turkey or choose to get your own)!

Don't Forget the Decorations

Transform your tablescape with festive patterns and colors, elevate plain serveware into special entertaining pieces, and create a welcoming entrance for family and friends. And if you are extra ambitious, go ahead and put up your Christmas tree for everyone to enjoy throughout the season.


Photo via @kristywicks​

Prep the Guest Bedroom and Bathroom

Whether your guest spaces haven't been used in a while or you're constantly entertaining, it's a good idea to refresh the bedroom and bathroom for the holiday season. A few easy updates using cozy, layered bedding and colorful, quick dry bath towels will help your friends and family feel at home.

Shop Now: Martha Stewart Collection Bedding, prices vary,

Gifts for the Hostess

Don't forget a gift for the hostess! Things can get chaotic when planning and hosting at home for the holidays. Gift your close family or friends with something to ease their frustration and something they can keep as a memento for years to come. 


Shop Now: Martha Stewart CDB, prices vary,

One Week Before Thanksgiving

We're getting closer to a plate piled high with turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie! It's time to start preparing the entertaining areas of your home.

Set the Table with Dinnerware and Centerpieces

Not only does a beautifully-dressed table make your home feel more festive, but having it set and ready before your guests arrive will also save you valuable time on Thanksgiving. Play with patterns, textures, and colors to create a modern table setting that feels seasonal without being kitschy.

Stock the Bar

Prep your bar so it's ready to use when guests arrive. Stock it with alcoholic and kid-friendly drink options, a variety of glasses and mugs, and proper barware. Coordinated bar tools and accessories let you stir and pour with ease, plus it creates a polished look.

Shop Now: Martha Stewart Collection Barware, starting at $9,

Week of Thanksgiving

There's no need to panic! If you've been following your to-do list, this week is all about menu prep and last minute touches that are quick and easy.

The Main Meal Is Handled, But Make Sure You Have Dessert

An apple pie or crisp is the perfect way to wrap up a Thanksgiving feast, but everyone loves an assortment of sweet treats. Make sure you've got your baking essentials for perfect decorating, after dinner refreshments, and cookie jars to store leftovers.


Shop Now: Martha & Marley Spoon Meal Kits,

Fill the Menu with Easy Recipes

Whether you realized you're missing a side dish or need an extra dessert for unexpected guests, Martha has a cookbook and recipe just for you. Did you know you can make flavorful stock in less than an hour using a pressure cooker? Or how about this warm butternut squash salad with pumpkin seeds? Quickly order a copy of Martha Stewart's Pressure Cooker cookbook on Amazon for over 100 foolproof recipes and cooking tips from our test kitchen.

Shop Now: Martha Stewart's Pressure Cooker, from $13.99,

Thanksgiving Day

Put a fork in us, we're done! Relax with family, enjoy the delicious meal you've prepared, and watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade!

Chill the Wine in a Pinch

The perfect temperature for white and rosé wines is 45-50˚ F; any cooler and the wines' flavors begin to dull. If you don't have a wine fridge to regulate temperature, Martha Stewart Wine Co. has two chilling methods that take less than an hour. One technique calls for a damp dish towel wrapped around the wine bottle and placed in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. The other is a 40-minute refrigerator-free approach. Mix 1/2 cup of salt with a splash of water inside a gallon-size bucket, place the wine bottle inside, and fill with ice.

Shop Now: Martha Stewart Wine Co., starting at $10 per bottle,

Pack Up the Leftovers

What a feast! Divvy up the leftovers for friends and family to enjoy the next day, or store them until round two later in the evening. Leak-proof and airtight seals will keep sauces from spilling and turkey from drying out. Glass food storage containers from the Martha Stewart Collection are freezer and microwave safe as well as BPA-free.

Shop Now: Martha Stewart Collection Glass Storage Set, $84,

Order Your Christmas Tree and Swag

Thanksgiving is over, now it's time to prep the house for Christmas. Order your Martha Stewart Christmas Trees, wreaths, garland, and more for the Holiday Season!