- you've never made one before
- you've never even eaten one before
- you grew up in a country with no Thanksgiving Day
- you have trouble reading English
- you don't know where to start
That's okay! I'll tell you exactly what to do.
My name is Jane Wangersky. I'm an ESL (English as a second language) teacher. I also grew up in an immigrant family, and I know that Thanksgiving Day can be a confusing time for newcomers and visitors to North America.
So I wrote an e-book that tells you how to handle it as if you were born here.
It's not just a recipe booklet. There are recipes in it, but there's much more.
I tell you:
- what you'll need -- food and tools
- when you must buy your turkey
- how much turkey you'll need for your family
- what to get if a whole turkey is too much
- how to defrost your turkey quickly -- and what you must know to do this safely
- how easy it is to make your own cranberry sauce
- how to make a quick, easy substitute for pumpkin pie
- how to make gravy and stuffing out of things you already have
- when to start cooking each dish
- what to do with the leftovers
- where you can get Thanksgiving information in several languages
It costs only $5.99!
(That's in U.S. dollars.) You would pay more than that for a book that's much harder to read.
This one is written so you can understand it.
It's like having a helper who
- knows all about Thanksgiving
- will work on holidays
- explains everything in words you know
- has no accent
- never speaks too quickly
- and will do the whole job for under $6 -- this year and every year.
You can get it right away!
This is an e-book -- when you've paid for it, you can download it to your computer. Then print it, if you want.
Click here. You'll see the book at Lulu.com, the publishers. Then you can order with a credit card.
Make your first Thanksgiving easy!
I think you'll like the book. But if you don't, just e-mail me (jane at manna dot bc dot ca -- put an "@" in place of the "at" and a "." in place of each "dot") and tell me when you bought the book. I'll send your money back through PayPal or a check ( that's spelled "cheque" if you live in Canada).