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11 Ways to Get Your Home Thanksgiving-Ready

By Colleen Barrett | Originally published on 10.22.21 at - November 19, 2021

If the hosting crown has landed on your head this Thanksgiving, you’ve got a lot to think about. There are recipes to pick, shopping lists to make, and rooms—so many rooms—to clean and prep, starting with the kitchen and dining room. Sure, most food items can wait until the week of, but if you’re looking to stock up on a few nonperishables or spruce up the dinner table, you’ll want to consider the seasonal must-haves from QVC below. (Especially with this latest deal: New customers can receive $15 off their first purchase of $35+ by using the code Holiday.) From kitchen equipment that makes baking easier and a little more inspired to decor that strikes just the right autumnal notes, here are 11 ways to get your home ready for the best Thursday of the year.

1 Hand-Selected Wine


Let Martha Stewart be your sommelier with this curated collection of fall-friendly wine. Each set comes with three bottles, and you can choose from Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, and rosé.


2 Fresh Twist on Turkey

If Thanksgiving is shaping up to be more like a quiet dinner than an all-out fall feast, ditch the whole turkey and stuffing for this impressive-looking roulade that’s stuffed with bread crumbs, onion, cranberries, apples, and more.


3 Pan for Every Plan

Call it a small Dutch oven, a heavy saucepan, or a deep skillet; this cast-iron cassadou with a glass lid is ready to do it all. It’s perfect for cooking cold-weather favorites like soups, stews, casseroles, and anything else you’d like to braise, fry, or simmer.

4 Barista-Quality Brew

Whether you’re on deck for a large gathering or just want to stock up on enough coffee to last until the new year, this set of 96 K-cups is a holiday-season shortcut. You can keep it classic with a light or medium roast, fall it up with pumpkin spice, or go full-on Christmas with cinnamon-sugar cookie.

5 Clever Cooking Helper

Your oven will suddenly feel a lot bigger with these silicone sheet tray dividers (two squares and two rectangles). They’re perfect for reheating items, managing multiple oven times, and keeping flavors in their respective lanes.


6 Harvest-Themed Baking Pan


Mini cakes take autumnal shapes with this adorable nonstick baker. Whip up apple cider bundt cakes, divide up a loaf of pumpkin bread, or use it to make cookies or candy in the form of pumpkins, acorns, walnuts, and pine cones.


7 Pumpkin Planter

Whether you fill it with mums on the front porch or use it as a vase for a dinner-table centerpiece, this 10-inch vessel—made of resin and calcium carbonate—delivers on the promise of fall.



8 Lazy Susan Set


Guests won’t need to ask anyone to pass the salt with this retro-style, spinnable server. It includes a ceramic pitcher, creamer, sugar bowl with a bamboo lid, and salt and pepper shakers. 


9 Sweater-Weather Sweets

Round out your Thanksgiving pies with a few ready-to-serve cookies. This 24-pack of individually wrapped confections comes with assorted flavors: chocolate chip, rocky-road pecan, and buttercream-frosted peanut butter, pumpkin spice, and cutouts.


10 Versatile Baker


A snap-on lid allows this 4-quart ceramic baking dish to go from the oven to the party to the fridge without a hint of plastic wrap. It’s dishwasher-safe, too, so cleanup is a cinch.



11 Plaid Table Topper

With shades of tan, green, and red, this 14-x-72-inch runner is the ideal backdrop for an autumnal meal or tablescape. Add a few candles, a vase filled with seasonal flowers, and all the comfort food, and the stage is set.

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