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1.A knife sharpener so you won't have to worry about cutting your bird (or tofurky) on the big day with a dull knife. Dull knives tend to lead to more accidents and that's the last thing you want. So do yourself a favor and get this.
2.A snap-on silicone strainer for helping you drain the potatoes for your holiday dinner with ease. It's dishwasher-safe so clean up is a breeze — unlike using your bulky colander.
3.A gift wrap organizer so your collection of wrapping papers is neatly stored in one place. It has a handle attached to it so you can take it with you, and the protective covering will keep it free of dust and water damage until you're ready to use it again next year.
4.Or, a hanging organizer that'll do the same thing but can be neatly hung in your closet where it won't be a huge eyesore. It's also taller than the previous option, so it's great if you have extra-long rolls of wrapping paper. And there are handy pouches in the front to hold your ribbons, bows, gift bags, and tissue paper.
5.A set of mini chalkboard place cards to reduce confusion and save you from 25 people asking you, "Where should I sit?" Or, use them to label the different dishes so you don't have to repeat what each food is for guests who weren't listening.
6.An insulated 3-liter ice bucket that'll stay chilly for your entire holiday party. This way your guests can enjoy themselves instead of running back and forth to your fridge for ice.
7.A safety cutter so you can cut wrapping paper and open packages quickly and easily. No more trying to slice open a box with scissors and just hoping that you don't accidentally nick yourself.
8.A jar opener, because no charcuterie board is complete without a festive selection of olives. It's great for people with mobility issues or people who just have zero forearm strength (me!).
9.A BPA-free fat separator
so you can skim out the bits you don't want and save the juices for your secret gravy recipe.
10.A battery storage case that'll hold the AA and AAAs that are cluttering your junk drawer. It even comes with a removable battery tester so you know when it's time to replace yours.
11.A vacuum sealer to do it all: marinate meat, preserve leftovers, and make room in your freezer for all your holiday goodies that didn't get eaten.
12.A adjustable rolling pin that'll help you easily roll out pie crusts and cookies that are an even thickness.
13.A rechargeable cordless wine bottle opener so the party isn't ruined when you forget to pick up a corkscrew at the store (because of course that's the only thing you forgot).
14.A protective dome that'll shield your extension cords from snow, rain, and the elements so no holiday light display is ruined.
15.A 5-in-1 wine stopper to instantly elevate that $7 bottle of wine you bought as a last-minute contribution to a holiday dinner. It's also an aerator, stopper, pourer, filter, and re-corker.
16.Or, a pack of wine condoms for when the party ~finishes early~ and there's still pinot left over. Just slip them over your open bottle to prevent any ~unplanned spills.~
17.And a set of recyclable and virtually unbreakable plastic stemless wine glasses, because nothing kills the mood like trying to pick up tiny pieces of glass after someone drops their drink. They're also stackable so they take up less room in your cluttered cupboards if you choose to reuse them.
19.An Instant Pot so the host who's pressed for time and already committed to making wayyy too many dinner sides can basically make magic happen. Use it to cook your mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, soup, bread, green bean casserole, gravy, cheesecake, or even your whole turkey in record time so you can actually enjoy the holiday with your friends and family.
20.A dishwasher magnet to know at a glance whether it's safe to use the glasses inside for drinks. Your dishwasher will probably be running nonstop this holiday season if you're hosting (rip your water bill), and this is a simple solution to keeping track of what's dirty and what's clean.
21.A pack of Command hooks for holding your string lights without damaging your walls.
22.A set of glass food storage containers that'll stack neatly in your fridge or freezer and can hold all your Thanksgiving leftovers with ease. They're clear so you can see exactly what's in them, and they're also great for meal prepping once the holidays are over.
23.A meat thermometer so you don't have to leave your guests and run to the kitchen every 10 minutes to check if the turkey is done. This will also give you peace of mind that you're not accidentally serving your family undercooked meat that could make them sick.
24.A robot vacuum so you can focus your time on other things, like wrapping presents and finding the *perfect* gift for everyone on your list, instead of spending hours sweeping your floor.
25.Or a devastatingly effective handheld vacuum to suck up pet hair. It has a special rubber nozzle that picks up fur with ease, especially on hard-to-vacuum areas like stairs. There's no bag, so simply pop off the canister when you're done vacuuming and dump the contents in the trash.
26.*Or* a heavy-duty Shark vacuum, because hosting season is not the time that you want to be let down by weak vacuums. This bad boy has a HEPA filter that traps 99.9% of dust inside as well as an allergen seal.
27.A pan and lid organizer, because you're going to be in and out of your cupboards while cooking this holiday season and it would actually be helpful to see where all your pots, pans, and lids are. Plus, this rack will prevent your cookware from scratching each other.
28.A set of magnetic utensils so you're not wasting time rooting around your drawers for the right spoon as your gravy burns. This'll also take up less space in your kitchen since all the utensils fit together neatly and compactly.
29.An Echo Dot that'll tell you how many cups are in a quart while your hands are covered in flour. You can also use it to play Christmas music at your party, call your partner to remind them to pick up butter at the store, or turn your lights on and off with a simple voice command.
30.An electric knife to save you time and energy when you're slicing bread to serve with your charcuterie board. It's also great for easily carving turkey and ham at holiday dinners.
31.An adjustable baggy rack stand for when you could really use another hand. No more spilling half the turkey gravy on the counter in a clumsy attempt to get it in the bag. We recommend these reusable silicone bags if you're trying to reduce your plastic use.
32.A pack of pre-cut parchment paper, because cutting a perfect circle the first time is basically impossible and then you end up wasting parchment paper. Now you can line your baking sheets without waste.
33.A ribbon shredder to give your gifts that extra oomph without actually having to pay the professionals.
Go on, take a bow! Who knew the holidays could be so easy?