Where do you fall in the cooking spectrum — are you the family chef this Thanksgiving?
Sometime around the holidays, moms move into superhero mode and take on the added responsibilities of chef extraordinaire, Santa's lil helper, and hostess with the mostess. All in the name of family and love, super-moms manage to pull it off gracefully and with tact leaving everyone around her happy, satiated, and hopefully, grateful. One of the first tasks of the season is cooking the full Thanksgiving feast. While turkeys are often passed off to the father, many a mother slave over the stuffing, green beans, mashed potatoes, gravy and pies. On top of that, she somehow presents a beautiful table with polished silver, ironed linens and spotless glasses. On the other hand, some ladies are wise to pass off the cooking torch to grandma, restaurants or other helping hands.